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POTOMAC 

STATE 



COLLEGE 




WEST VIRGINIA 
UNIVERSITY 

Keyser, West Virginia 

Editor W. Kent Chidester 

Business Manager Glenn A. Harman 

Photographer Norman Moore 

Advisor Dudlev W. G. Gordon 




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CAMPUS VIEW FROM MOUNTAIN 




Uraoifion and Jfferitaae^ witn euer/as/ing 
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THE MEMORABLE FLOWER BED 





It is hoped these pages remind 
you of walking across campus to 
the various "dorms" hand in hand, 
dashing hurriedly around the 
flower bed to class, or just enjoy- 
ing a "gab" session on the lawn. 





PURCHASING TEXTS 



J rogress and Development 
for better Anowledae . . . 




NEW LANGUAGE "LAB" IN OPERATION 




AUTUMN ON THE CAMPUS 




QUEENS POINT ACROSS THE POTOMAC 



DEAN GIVING ADDRESS 




MARY MILLER RECEIVES 
LEGION SCHOLARSHIP 




STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT RAY 
McMANIS AT THE PODIUM 




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Our students participate in serious as- 
semblies, hilarious thuses, bonfire parties be- 
fore games, dances, spectacular homecoming 
parades, and enjoy the tensions of athletic 
events. 




TRADITIONAL FRESHMAN PAJAMA 
THUSE 



WESLEY BURNED IN EFFIGY 




Student activities 

nelp us to 

participate ano 

socialize . . . 




FOXGYMGAME 



<uports ) to learn tne 

a oil it a to 
compete 




POTOMAC STATE MASCOT AND HIS CHARIOT 





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FOOTBALL 



BASKETBALL 



Cjon/en/s 

Dedication Page 14 

Administration and Faculty Page 15 

Features Page 25 

Sports Page 35 

Organizations Page 43 

Sororities and Fraternities Page 71 

Queens Page 85 

Sophomores Page 93 

Freshmen Page 111 




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Profiles of today, of a varied student life, are reflected in this 1964 
Catamount, and it is hoped that tomorrow these profiles will have devel- 
oped sound maturity, worthy leadership, envied courage, and that you 
will remember Potomac State College that, in part, shaped your destiny. 






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To a never-to-be 
forgotten leader and 
friend, the adminis- 
tration, faculty, and 
students of Potomac 
State college proudly 
dedicate this 1964 
Catamount. 

He was a dedicated 
teacher motivated by 
the highest ideals. 

A true friend and a 
wise counselor of 
youth. 

A conscientious, able, 
and very cooperative 
administrator. 

A proud citizen will- 
ingly accepting more 
than his share of re- 
sponsibility for the 
welfare of 
his church, 
his community, 
and his country. 

A devoted husband. 

A Christian gentleman 
always serving beyond 
the call of duty. 



DEAN KIRKLAND SHEPHERD McKEE 



DEDICATION 


This was 




KIRKLAND SHEPHERD McKEE 




Dean 




POTOMAC STATE COLLEGE 




1936 - 1963 




Died, May 20, 1963 


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DR. ERNEST E. CHURCH 

J resident 

Potomac State College has not been concerned, 
throughout its sixty-three year history, in "empire" 
building. Its future will not be characterized by such 
ambitions. 

The goal of the college has always been the maximum 
development of its students — to promote intellectual, 
physical, social and spiritual growth. We strive to take 
the "siblings" sent to us by fathers and mothers and 
release them into the maelstrom of life equipped to play 
well their part as mature and responsible citizens. 

We advance toward this goal only as our total facili- 
ties — physical equipment, dedicated faculty, ambitious 
and high minded students, organizations and activities 
— are made responsive to the challenge of these exciting 
times. 




"Act well your part 
There all the honor lies." 




While there are various criteria for judging the qual- 
ity of an educational institution, for most persons a 
college is evaluated on the basis of the performance and 
qualities of its students and graduates. 

During your time at Potomac State, you have been 
the beneficiaries of the hard work and sympathetic in- 
terest of the faculty. It is time now to test the merit of 
these efforts. Your accomplishments in the years ahead 
in the professions, in business, as students, and as citi- 
zens will determine what view others will have of you 
and your college. 

Those of us who remain here hope that your profiles 
of achievement will be worthy of your talents and the 
endeavors of all who comprise the college staff. 



MR. TODD H. BULLARD 

Dean 




MR. DAVID G. NUZUM 
Director of 

cjiuaeni -Affairs 



Profiles, silhouettes, and shadows are words rich in 
connotation. The child is intrigued that he cannot jump 
over his shadow. The youth is amused with the nuance 
implicit in the witticism ,"A man has a profile ; a woman 
has a silhouette." The scholar probes for exactitude 
among synonyms, noting that words employ two di- 
mentions of height and width, and leaving to imagina- 
tion the limitless potential of depth. 

Profile suggests that some areas are unseen or un- 
known or undeveloped. The unidentified attributes of 
the team suggest integrity, a quality that is not expen- 
sive ; it is priceless. 

Academic acumen must walk with probity of charac- 
ter in those who accept the noble ideal of American 
forebears who pledged "our sacred honor". Profiles of 
Potomac State's sons and daughters will be developed 
into sculptures-in-relief through dedication: 

the student to the quest for truth, 

the professor to maximum student development 

and the administrator to purity of purpose. 



The pursuit of an education is a challenge to everyone 
offered the opportunity to develop his mind, his body, 
and his spirit to the fullest of his capacity. The ex- 
perience of a college education presents an occasion to 
improve in every phase of learning. 

It is important that youth realize the values created 
for them as members of society and as individuals which 
a college education offers today and for the future in this 
world of rapid change. 

The desirable result derived from the experience is 
that one develops so that he can live a happy and useful 
life personally and in his service to society. He should 
expand his world of knowledge and understanding 
through an appreciation of the best which is offered 
in literature, in music, and in the arts. 

Congratulations are presented to the Catamount staff 
who have given of their time and talents to record these 
interesting profiles of the educational opportunities of- 
fered at Potomac State College. 



DR. K. IMOGENE DEVER 

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"Dean 0/ M 




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Orval G. Anderson, M.A. 

English 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 



Elizabeth A. Atwater, Ph.D. 

Journalism, Speech 

Duquesne University 

University of Pittsburgh 



Richard K. Bolyard, A.B. 

Business Administration 
Glenville State College. 
University of Maryland 





Walter H. Boone, M.A. 

Chemistry 
Bridgewater College, 
Bucknell University 



Mrs. Nancy S. Broome 

Manager 
Book Store 



Irene Brown, M.A. 

Secretarial 

Geneva College, University 

of Pittsburgh 





J. Kenna Burke, M.A. 

Political Science, Sociology 

Fairmont State College, 

West Virginia University 



Mrs. Eleanor Campbell 

Assistant to the 
Business Manager 



Mrs. Helen Chambers, 
R.N. 

School Nurse 



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SFC Charles B. Christian 

Military Science 



Mrs. Mary Evelyn Coffman 

Director of 
Alumni Affairs 



Helen C. Criner, M.L. 

Registrar — Secretarial 
West Virginia University, 
University of Pittsburgh 




Richard A. Davis, B.M. 

Music 
West Virginia University 



Ervin L. Dayton, M.A. 

Economics 

Potomac State College 

West Virginia University 



Jerry Leon Essex, B.S. 

Chemistry 

Potomac State College 

West Virginia University 




John D. Fox, M.S. 

Physical Education 
West Virginia University 



William H. Gallier, M.A. 

History 

Columbia University 

University of 

North Carolina 



SP5 John V. Golaboff 

Military Science 




Dudley W.G. Gordon, M.A. 

English 

University of Pittsburgh 

Fairleigh Dickinson U. 



Oscar H. Gustafson, M.S. 

Agriculture 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 



Kenneth Franklin Haines, 
M.A. 

Modern Languages 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 






James T. Handlan, M.S. 

Bacteriology, Biology, 

Comparative Anatomy, 

Genetics 

West Virginia University 



Mrs. Elizabeth P. Hanlin, 
M.S.H.E. 

Home Economics 
West Virginia University 



Jack M. Hartman, M.S. 

Psychology 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 





Mrs. Betty Howard, M.A. 

Assistant Librarian 

Morris Harvey College 

Marshall University 



Paul F. Iverson, A.B., B.D. 

Mathematics 

Hasting College, Union 

Theological Seminary, 

Columbia University 



Walter A. Jaworek, 
B.S., C.E. 

Professional Civil Engineer, 

Engineering 

West Virginia University 



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Virginia Johnson, M.A. 

Mathematics 
West Virginia University 




Mrs. Helen Jones 

Secretary to Dean 



Judith Jose 

Secretary 




Capt. Frederick S. Karner, 
B.S. 

Military Science 

American University, 

Omaha University 



Mrs. Virginia Kolkhorst 

Preceptress 
Memorial Hall 



Dana G. Lough, B.S. 

Physical Education 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 




Mrs. Viola Lough 

Dietitian 



Kenneth M. Malone, M.S. 

Agriculture 
West Virginia University 



William Earl Michael, M.S. 

Botany, Zoology, Biolog - y 

Alderson-Broaddus, 
West Virginia University 



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Nancy M. Miller, Ph.D. 

Modern Languages 
Lebanon Valley College, 
University of Pittsburgh 



Jasper Thomas Morris, 
M.A. 

Chemistry, Physical 

Science 

Potomac State College, 

West Virginia University 



Allen E. Murphy, Ph.D. 

Geology, Geography 

Mount Union College, 

West Virginia University 

Syracuse University 



Christine W. Murray, R.N. 

Resident Counselor 
Reynolds Hall 




Leontine Barnett Nuzum, 
M.A. 

English 

Salem College, 

West Virginia University 



Mrs. Thelma O'Connor 

Assistant Librarian 



Alan H. Paine, Ed.D. 

Mathematics 

Gorham State Teachers' 

College, Columbia U. 





Mrs. Ann Pamer 

Cashier 



Margaret E. Rafter, M.S. 

Physical Education 
West Virginia University 



Mr. John Raschella, B.S. 

Business Manager 
West Virginia University 



Marie R. Rodgers, M.A. 

English 
Arkansas State Teachers 
College, George Peabody 

College 



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Norman E. Rodgers, M.A. 

History 
Arkansas State College, 
George Peabody College 



Capt. Paul Rofrano, B.S. 

Military Science 

Pennsylvania Military 

College 



SFC Joseph Q. Sanders 

Military Science 



Mary Fravell Shipper, A.B. 

Librarian 

George Washington 

University 




Mrs. Gertrude Stanhagen 

Administrative Assistant 



John Stanhagen 

Manager 
Student Center 



K. Van Scoy 

Physics 

Salem College, 

Peabody College 



M.A. 




Capt. William H. 
Wendelken, B.S. 

Military Science 
West Virginia University 



Charles D. Whitehill, M.M. 

Music 
West Virginia University 



Anne Elizabeth Withers, 
M.A. 

English 

Alderson-Broaddus, 

Dennison University, 

New York University 



Leonard G. Withers, M.M. 

Music 

Cincinnati Conservatory of 

Music; University of 

Cincinnati 




"It is a pleasure to have met you, Professor Handlan!' 



'Hope the kids are having fun, too!" 




Dean's Wife Meets Faculty 




'I think we should reconsider this matter!" 




"Where are your beanies, Freshmen?" 






Jyeaistrafion 



After gaining entrance to the auditorium to have pictures taken 
and to buy annuals and beanies, the plebes were guided to the 
gymnasium to wait in line for the paper work which would admit 
them to Potomac State and put them on the road to a broader and 
more liberal education. 

Sophomores were involved in devising time-saving schemes to 
get through the line as quickly as possible while freshmen were 
seeking advice at every turn. Filling in what seemed like countless 
numbers of blank papers, the new arrivals at Potomac State final- 
ly emerged into the clear air. After fulfilling the requirement of 
the hectic day and being almost broke, some went to bed to re- 
cuperate, while those fortunate enough to have enough money 
went out to celebrate. 





'No, he cannot carry 43 hours!" 



President Welcomes Freshmen 





"Holy Moley, more shoes?" 



"Do you have a fifth handed zoology book?" 26 





"Who's Sorry Now?" 



"Sputnik!" — "Beep! Beep! Beep!" 

^jrresnman (SlJeeA 



Arriving at Keyser after the long pilgrimages to Potomac 
State College amid the beautiful West Virginia hills, be- 
wildered and confused students began searching for their 
"happy pads" known as dormitories. After storing away 
the paraphernalia necessary for the next year at Potomac 
State, allowances collected, and final farewells bid, misty- 
eyes freshmen watched the family car speed away. Others 
showed little, if any, grief at all as they tried to conquer 
the campus in grand style, only to be confronted by authori- 
ties known as freshmen guides, who herded them off to one 
meeting after another. 

Only after attending convocations, taking tests, walking 
around flower beds, meeting strange faces, learning school 
yells and cheers, and standing in one line after another could 
the bewildered freshmen proudly consider themselves a part 
of Potomac State College. 



Ready for the Big Parade ? 





Gamma Pillow Talk 




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Beginning with the obtaining of rush dates, and culminating with 
the issuing of pledge pins, the ever-watchful eyes of Panhellenic 
were alerted to the slightest infraction of the many rules establish- 
ed to regulate this madness known as "Rush." After the. acceptance 
parties were over, big smiles and firm handshakes, and the "Where' 
re you from?" "What's your major?" routine, brought sighs of 
relief from all the Greeks and shouts of joy from all the pledges, 
but moments of sadness to the rejected ones. 



'Stormy Weather" 



'Hurrah! I Made It" 





"Receptions are Nice, but-Oh, My Feet!" 



Jvecepiion 



Dressed in our Sunday best ,we participated in 
the traditional faculty-student annual reception. 
We walked from campus building to building, our 
hands perspired, our memories failed us, but most 
of us thoroughly enjoyed the privilege of taking 
part in the first meaningful social event of the 
year. Upon completion of this, our Potomac State 
debut, we were somewhat more confident and re- 
assured that we could properly display our social 
graces at the forthcoming formal functions. 





"Sign in, PLEASE!' 



"Mr. Iverson, This is Mr. Walker' 



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Queen Carole Caped 



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We had parties, we had weekends, but one of the 
biggest holidays was Homecoming. Following in the 
tradition of the past, the festivities were officially 
opened by a spirited thuse and bonfire. Saturday 
morning the frosh busily decorated the campus and 
stadium for the visiting alumni and parents. Follow- 
ing a colorful parade, representing fun-packed hours 
of paper-stuffing and nail pounding, Catamount en- 
thusiasts settled back and witnessed an exciting 
football game. At half-time the Queen, well-protected 
by ROTC men armed with sabers, was presented to 
the crowd. 

An unfortunate second half of football followed 
this grand ceremony, and all were content to for- 
get about the football game and direct their atten- 
tion toward those familiar faces whose names they 
could not remember and to make the rounds of the 
teas and the ball that night. 





Posterity in the Making 



Alumni Officials at Foundation Birthday 





Proud Graduates of Class of 1912 



Call for Victory 





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0, Come. 0, Come. Immanuel 



Annual Christmas Festivity in Cafeteria 



Gnristmas ^/oys 





Language Classes Annual Christmas Party 

The smell of pine was in the air ; holly and mistle- 
toe were hung everywhere. The spirits were high ; 
the grades were low ; but who cared ? It was time 
to think of stuffed turkeys, teddy bears, diamond 
rings, and jolly old St. Nick. Following these cele- 
brations on campus, the students began to pack their 
luggage and hum, "I'll be home for Christmas." 




Now Santa, You Know What I Want For Christmas? 



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'I Just Took a Break" 




"Who's Tired?" 



Semester ^j incus 



After a three-week vacation, at Christmas time, 
students were again reminded of their obligations 
on campus, and silently returned to break ground 
on their studies for that fatal week of finals. 

Eventually, as final week examinations wormed 
their way upon campus, students began indulging in 
nicotine, caffeine and Benzedrine and other such 
stay-awake devices while they wiped away their tears 
and prayed for the coming of the last final. 








Will They, or Won't They? 



"Pay the Fine or See the dean." 



[you (SUere on Cjanaia Cjamera 




'Yes, Higgins, They're on the House." 



"Please, Fellers, Get Me One TD." 




Hungry Spectators at Basketball Game 



We'll Sure Miss You, Too. 




I Bid Twenty Spades 



Parents Day Banquet in Armory 




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"Is This the Skunk Report? 



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Vibrations Swing It in New Student Union 



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'What Decision Will Those Referees Make?" 



Coach Dana G. Lough's Catamounts compiled a 
1-7 record in the 1963 campaign as the Blue and 
Gold were victorious only over Ferrum College. 

Potomac State opened their season by playing 
host to Bainbridge Naval Academy who downed the 
locals 6-0 in a contest played on Stayman Field in 
a steady drizzle. 

The Loughmen were dealt their second set back 
of the season 26-20 at the hands of Chowan College 
of Murfreesboro, N. C. Bob Diaco, Dave Whitzell, 
Dave Lawson scored for State while Nick Lapcevic 
converted for two extra points. 

The Cats hit the road for the first time to battle 
their arch rival Shepherd College where they went 
down in defeat 21-12 after a hard fought battle 
with the always powerful Rams. 

Returning to Stayman Field, the Potomac State 
eleven moved into the winner's circle for the first 
and last time with a 20-0 decision over the Ferrum 
College Panthers of Roanoke, Va. This victory 
marked Coach Lough's 100th collegiate football win 
at Potomac State. 



Unable to add another win, the Catamounts bowed 
26-20 to Montgomery College in another close tilt 
at Takoma Park, Md. Like many of their frays this 
year, this battle could have gone either way. 

Homecoming- celebration was marred by a 58-13 
shellacking at the hands of Wesley Wolverines of 
Dover, Del., marking the Loughmen's fifth loss of 
the season. This is one of the worst trompings that 
Catamount fans can recall for many years. 

Facing another major rival, Frostburg College, of 
nearby Frostburg, Md., the Blue and Gold managed 
a 7-6 halftime lead, but were overcome 20-7 by the 
Bobcat's second-half scoring drive. 

In the season's finale, the Cats dropped a heart- 
breaking squeaker 14-13 to the Baltimore Junior 
College Red Devils, another conference foe. 

Garnering scoring honors for the Cats this year 
was end Bob Thorne with 24 points on four TD's, 
followed by quarterback Burt Holcomb and halfback 
Bob Diaco, each with 18 tallies. 



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First row: L. to R.: Bill Barclift, mgr., Dan Conley, Harold 
Cox, Tom Baber, Francis Coda, Robert Bays, Vito Galati, 
Philip Gaujot, Roy Throne, Roger Keys, Mike Morozowich, 
Mike Kalinyak. Row 2: Mike Furr, Bill Flippin, Bill Cristman, 
Robert Arbogast, Roger Kenworthy, Doyle Ours, Rick Landes, 
Brian Stevens, Terry Turbin, Herbert Harman, Clarence 
Mustoe, Clavin Montgomery, Charles Garofano, Bill Mabbitt, 
James Johnson. Row 3: James Christensen, mgr., David 



Whetzell, Mike Contanos, Milton April, David Lawson, Kevin 
Ryan, Don Cutlip, Ed Hawkins, Robert Lonergan, Claude 
Gaujot, Bob Diaco, Bob Laswon, Coach "Eck" Miers, Coach 
Lough. Row 4: Charles Reese, John Kuzmiak, student coach- 
es; Ken Cuprik, Burt Holcomb, Tom Deptula, Robert Thorne, 
James Eisenhouer, Robert Thornberry, David Collins, Don 
Carr, Bill Jennewine, Charles Murphy, Nick Lapcevic, John 
Bianconi. 




Head Coach Mr. Dana Lough 

Ass't. Coach Mr. Estle Miers 

Student Coaches .... Charles Reese, John Kuzmiak 
Managers William Barclift, James Christensen 



Opponent Potomac 

Bainbridge 6 

Chowan 26 20 

Shepherd 21 12 

Ferrum 20 

Montgomery 26 20 

Wesley 58 13 

Frostburg 20 7 

Baltimore 14 13 



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1963 - 1964 



State Opponent Score State 

78 Hagerstown 62 62 

85 Johnstown 95 56 

93 Altoona 72 100 

68 Frostburg 64 93 

85 Charles 75 64 

75 Prince George 67 89 

86 Johnstown 64 77 

101 Allegany 105 68 

86 Shepherd 98 112 

94 Catonsville 65 96 

102 Ann ArundeJ 61 101 

104 Allegany 77 83 

70 Robert Morris 86 



Opponent Score 

Point Park 70 

Bainbridge 65 

Harford 74 

Essex 47 

Shepherd 42 

Wesley 93 

Altoona 60 

Montgomery 95 

Shenandoah 96 

Frostburg 89 

Baltimore 87 

Hagerstown 82 





Did He Get Two? 



TRI-STATE TOURNAMENT 

February 21 
1st Round 

Potomac 60 Baltimore 



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CBasAefoa/I Reason 



The Cats had four sophomore men returning to 
handle the ball for Coach Dana (Horse) Lough. Vet- 
eran hoopsters for the Gold and Blue were Don Har- 
mon, Dave Lawson, Donnie Shields, and Courtland 
Smith. 

Starting the '63 campaign with a bang, the Lough- 
men defeated Hagerstown Junior College 78-62 on 
the local hardwoods on November 30. With one game 
past the boards, the Cats were dealt their initial loss 
of the season 95-85 at the hands of Johnstown on 
the Pennsylvanians' court. The Cats sought revenge 
for this loss as they romped over Altoona 93-72 on 
December 6. 

With a 2-1 record the Loughmen eked out a 68- 
64 win over the Frostburg Bobcats in a come-from- 
behind thriller before the local crowds. On Decem- 
ber 13 the Potomac five traveled to Charles College 
where they decisioned the Marylanders 85-75. In the 
same road trip, the Cats extended their winning 
streak by downing Prince George 75-67. 

Allegany Community College dealt the Blue and 
Gold their second defeat of the season in a 105-101 
setback in overtime in Cumberland, Maryland. In 
the first game of the new year, the Cats handed the 
visiting Cagers of Johnstown an 86-64 loss on Jan- 
uary 10 to avenge an earlier setback. 

With a 6-2 record on the line, the locals journeyed 
to Shepherdstown on January 14 where they dropped 
a 98-86 decision to their arch rivals, the Rams. In 
the first game of a twin-bill at home on January 
17, the locals delivered a 94-65 loss to Catonsville 
College. The following night at Cumberland, Mary- 
land, in another double-header, the locals shot at a 
.469 clip to wallop the visiting Ann Arundel quint 
102-61. Following a five-day break, the Catamounts 
played host to undefeated Allegany College and com- 
petely outplayed them for a 104-77 victory, and 
avenged the heartbreaker at the hands of the Tor- 
jans earlier in the season. 

Opening a two-day stand in Pittsburgh, January 
24, State suffered an 86-70 setback to Robert Morris 
College. State's second loss in as many days came 
at the hands of Point Park College, Januarv 25, to 
the tune of 70-62. 

The Catamounts netted disaster again, when Bain- 
bridge Naval Academy handed the Loughmen a 65- 



56 loss on January 30 for the locals' third straight 
setback on opponents courts. Snapping their losing 
streak, the local five gave Harford College of Bel 
Air, Maryland, a 100-74 dubbing with 12 PSC hoop- 
sters hitting the scoring column. Remaining on the 
road, the Cats met Essex College on February 1, 
where they outclassed their rivals 93-47. 

In their busiest week on the season's schedule, the 
Catamounts got off to a bad start receiving a 64-42 
shellacking from the Shepherd College Rams. This 
marked the Cats' first loss on home courts in seven 
outings. Hosting undefeated Wesley College of Dov- 
er, Delaware, the following night, Potomac State lost 
its chance to tie the conference leaders when the 
Delawareans squeaked out a 93-89 decision in the 
nip and tuck match. 

Traveling to Altoona, Pennsylvania, on February 
7, the Potomac team clumped the Keystone cagers 
77-60. This win brought the Cats' slate to 12-8. The 
locals suffered their ninth loss of the season Febru- 
ary 8, on the local hardwoods as the Montgomery 
Black Knights bombed the Potomac quint 95-68 in 
State's only afternoon tilt on the schedule. 

On February 11, the Cats tromped Shenandoah 
112-88 on the home court in the only meeting be- 
tween the two schools this year. In the same week, 
the Loughmen traveled to Frostburg, Maryland, to 
tangle with the Bobcats, and made a sweep of the 
two-game season series by clawing the Marvlanders 
96-89. 

In the Cats final appearance before the local fans 
in '64, they clumped visiting Baltimore Junior Col- 
lege 101-87, marking the sixth time this season that 
the Loughmen went over the one hundred score. In 
the season's finale, the PSC cagers eked out an 83- 
82 decision over Hagerstown (Md.) College in the 
Hub City. This win put State's over-all log at 16-9 
and their conference tally at 11-3. 

The 1963-64 basketball campaign ended in an 
abrupt stop on February 21 when the Cats were 
halted in the first round of the Tri-State Junior 
College Tournament in Dover. Delaware, by Balti- 
more Junior College 79-60. The Red Devils thus 
avenged a week-old loss dealt them by the Cats, and 
shattered State's tournament hopes. 



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One Little, Two Little, Three Little Tenpins! 



Reaching For The Sky 




Joyce Fike 



Leann Sindy 



Gayle Onyun 



Penelope Conely 



Kathryn Carvey 



Carol Miers 



Qjneerleaders 



"Let's Go! Let's Go!" 









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The Student Council, governing order of the Stu- 
dent Body, supervises student activities, promotes 
school spirit, and develops a close relationship among 
the students and faculty. 

A welcome committee greeted the student upon his 
arrival on campus and helped him to locate his quar- 
ters in the dormitory. Traditions were explained, 
and Freshmen Rules were inaugurated. In order to 
raise funds for athletic awards, the Council sponsor- 
ed the Homecoming Dance and the May Day Ball. 
It prepared and sold printed programs for home 



football games and sponsored the sale of freshmen 
"beanies" to promote school spirit. The Council 
served as hosts when high school seniors came to 
campus on High School Visiting Days. The Council 
provided guides and escorts on Parents Day in the 
fall. 

Students look to the governing body to serve as 
a liaison between them and the faculty. Suggestions 
for making campus life more attractive originate 
with the. Council and are taken to the college admin- 
istration for final approval. 



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Campus Leaders Stressing Importance of Student Council 



The members of the Student Council are: Ray 
McManis — President, Student Council. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 

C. J. Fetchero President 

Mike Dransfield Vice-President 

Betty Kapp Secretary 

Robert Lawson Treasurer 

Roger Shallis Rep. to Student Council 

Betty Criner Parliamentarian 




FRESHMAN CLASS 

Phil Gaujot President 

Rodger Kenworthy Vice-President 

Carol Mandigo Secretary 

Gary Mitchell Treasurer 

Sharon Berger Rep. to Student Council 



SORORITY AND FRATERNITY 
PRESIDENTS 

Mary Kay Hammond Sigma Iota Chi 

Barbara Nicholson (rep.) . .Eta Upsilon Gamma 

Barbara Malone Kappa Delta Psi 

Ray McManis Phi Sigma Nu 

Thomas Hood Theta Sigma Chi 

Joseph Strange Phi Kappa Omega 




REPRESENTATIVES 

Mary Miller, Pasquino; Carol Miers, Cheerlead- 
ers; Elaine Kalbaugh, Women's Athletic Associ- 
ation; Judy Mokosh, Women's Resident Associa- 
tion; John Harmon, Circle K; Roger Shallis, Roth 
Military Honorary Society; Cheryl Maderia, 
Christian Youth Fellowship; Richard Pirozzi, 
Newman Club; Dinah Sue Wells, Sigma Phi Ome- 
ga; Valla Bartlett, Home Economics Club; David 
Helmick, Agriculture Club; Kenneth Turner. 
Engineers Club; William Chidester, Catamount; 
Patricia Hanlin, Players and representatives from 
Davis Hall, Singers, Panhellenic. and Delta Psi 
Omega. 



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The staff of the 1964 Catamount has strived to 
put together an annual which will serve as a dis- 
play window for the college, a reservoir of memories 
for the students and a historical account for future 
posterity. 

The planning of the book is begun one year in 
advance with the selection of the staff. Culiminating 
with the final editing and proofreading and distribu- 
ting of the books, the cycle is ready for repetition 
for another year. 



Among the pages of the 1964 Catamount are 
features depicting campus life. In this yearbook are 
photographs of two years of striving and achievem- 



ment. We hope that events recalled and held dear 
will be of significance to all students. 

The 1964 Catamount represents many laborious 
sessions resulting in a single opportunity for success 
or failure. The staff must be prepared to meet the 
judgments of the readers once the books is distribut- 
ed in May. 

This year's Catamount is presented to the Student 
Body with the hope that it has successfully sum- 
marized a various crossection of campus functions, 
each representative of the emphasis and influence 
of our Alma Mater. 



CATAMOUNT STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief W. Kent Chidester 

Business Manager Glenn Harman 

Photographic Editor Norman Moore 

Typing Editor Barbara Nicholson 

Sponsor Dudley W. G. Gordon 



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Advertising Staff Discusses Sales Campaign! 



TYPING STAFF 

Penny Ashenfelter 
Betty Criner 
Mary Linn 
Linda Orazi 



ADVERTISING STAFF 

Gary Ambridge John Harman 



Sherry Corbitt 
Marc Elliott 
Chuck Grossmann 
Mary Kay Hammond 



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Karen Huchette 
James Mazure 
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EDITOR PLANNING THE PASQUINO 



The Pasquino, the college newspaper, is a fort- 
nightly publication which keeps students, faculty, 
parents, alumni, and others informed about campus 
activities. All journalism majors are automatically 
on the staff, but many positions are filled by vol- 
unteers from a cross section of the campus who con- 
tribute their efforts to the news, advertising, and 
circulation staffs. 



It takes a press run of about 2,000 copies to meet 
the Pasquino' s circulation demands. 

The newspaper staff has as a special project, the 
distribution of an annual Student-Faculty Directory. 
All staff workers are eligible to attend the spring 
Press Banquet, when a speaker prominent in the 
communications media is invited to address the 
group. 



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PASQUINO STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief Mary L. Miller 

News Editor Corrine V. Miller 

Sports Editor Dinah Sue Wells 

Business Manager Judy Tetrick 

Circulation Roger Shallis 

Staff Photographer Norman Moore 

Adviser Dr. Elizabeth A. Atwater 




Future Fourth Estatesmen 




NEWS STAFF 
Charles E. Arnold, Richard Carson, Patty 
Coleman, J. S. Gibbs, Donna Folk, Ann Jo- 
hannesen, James Neitzel, Dennis C. Paugh. 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Charles E. Arnold, Juliette Devlin, Thomas 
Burnell, Bonnie McAvoy, Carol McVicker, 
Clara Plessinger. 



Mailing Crew Preparing Bundles 



SPORTS STAFF 

Francis Herbert, Jim Hildreth, Karen Sue 
Huchette, Robert Likens, Jim Robison, Jean 
Scott, Richard Trimmer. 



CIRCULATION STAFF 

Stella Barkman, Kathryn Beegle, Sarah 
Boyce, Barbara Brown, Ellen Conrad, Susan 
Darrow, Ellen Dunlap, Janet L. Foley, Don- 
ald L. Friend, Patricia J. Hanlin, Karen 
Sue Huchette, Mary Louise Linn, Rodger 
Parsons. 



Staff Explains Production Details 





Circle DC 




The Circle K Club of Potomac State College is a 
service organization dedicated to this institution and 
to the community of Keyser. The local Circle K Club 
was established in 1952 and holds Charter Six in 
Circle K International. The Potomac State Circle K 
Club is composed of college men of high character 
and good scholastic standing, who feel that to serve 
is an honor instead of a burden. The objective of 
Circle K International is to improve relations with 
the college, community, country, and God. 



Major projects this year were: operating the 
second-hand bookstore, sponsoring the annual Home- 
coming Parade, continuing a campus litter project, 
assisting with Parents' Day, aiding in the annual 
Blood Mobile program of the city of Keyser, spon- 
soring a flying visit of the Red Cross Blood Mobile 
to the campus, continuing a recognition plaque, for 
scholastic leaders in the school, sponsored an Indian 
child under the direction of the Save The Children 
Federation, and serving as guides for various campus 
activities. 



Frank Abruzzino 
Stephen Bennett 
Claude Gaujot 
Gary Hall 
Glenn Harman 



John Harman 
Ray Harris 
Gary King 
Thomas Martin 
William Milleson 



SOPHOMORE MEMBERS 

Norman Moore 
David Van Zant 
Milton MacDonald 
Ray McManis 
Jerry Peel 

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Jeff Rafter 
Ralph Sharp 
Mike Shepard 
John Wagoner 
Donnie Shields 



John Sligar 
Robert Sloan 
Joe Strange 
Vaughn Thomas 
Robert Thorne 



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Doug Barbash 
Glen Dyer 
C. J. Fetchero 
Robert Fye 
Phil Gaujot 



FRESHMAN MEMBERS 

Dan Gray 
John Harvey 
William Hillbain 
William Jennewine 
Ray Ort 



Leland Ours 
Richard Roby 
Roger Smith 
George Van Meter 
Robert Wells 



OFFICERS 

President John Harman 

Vice President Bill Milleson 

Secretary Ray Harris 

Treasurer John Sligar 

W.Va. District Secretary 

Glenn Harman 

W. Va. District Advisor 

W. E. Michael 



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The Agriculture Club was organized October 11, 
1954, for the purpose of stimulating and bringing 
about a closer academic and social relationship be- 
tween students majoring in the various phases of 
agriculture. 

Membership in the club is open to students major- 



ing in Vocational Agriculture, General Agriculture, 
Veterinary Science, and Forestry. 

Entering the winning float in the Homecoming 
Parade was one of the major accomplishments dur- 
ing the school year. 



OFFICERS 

President David Helmick 

Vice-President Robert Lawson 

Secretary Ben Gay 

Treasurer James Neil 

Reporter Vaughn Thomas 



Milton April 
Roger Crites 
Donald Dick 
Alvin Fint 
Robert Fye 
Ben Gay 
Danny Gray 
David Helmick 
S. Grant Hill 
Robert Lawson 



MEMBERS 

Cecil Lower 
Dale McVicker 
William Milleson 
Dow Mongold 
James Neil 
Anthony Parks 
Calvin Sharp 
Vaughn Thomas 
Frank VanAmburgh 
Ronald Wise 



Michael Yokum 



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The Engineers Club is a campus organization com- 
posed of freshman and sophomore engineering- ma- 
jors at Potomac State College. It has been in exist- 
ence since 1932 and provides for the student engi- 
neer a professional atmosphere to go along with his 
academic life on the campus. Visiting professional 
engineers speak to the members, industrial films are 



shown at the meetings, and trips are taken to in- 
dustrial plants in the area. The organization's main 
purpose is to lend a professional atmosphere needed 
by student engineers as a stepping stone for asso- 
ciation with local, state, and national professional 
engineering societies when the student graduates in 
some, field of engineering. 



OFFICERS 

President Kenneth Turner 

Vice President Steve Bennett 

Secretary-Treasurer Gary L. King 

Representative to 

Student Council David Page 



Freshmen 

Donald Baker 
Milton Baker 
Thomas Carter 
Richard Cauffield 
James Colvin 
Richard Criser 
Frances Ferrone 
James Flint 
John Fraser 
Ronald Free 



James Griffin 
Robert Harler 
William Hartman 
Robert Hill 
William Hillborn 
Richard Layding 
Francis Lymburner 
John Malone 
James Nelson 
David Patrignani 



MEMBERS 

Robert Payne 
John Peters 
Terre Rhoderick 
James Sclater 
Robert Sekora 
Larry Smith 
Harry Snyder 
Raymond Throne 
Robert Trout 
Danny Vance 
George Walker 



Sophomores 

George Bennett 
Paul Braithwaite 
Robert Bruce 
David Disque 
David Ellis 
Robert Engle 
Eric Gibbs 
Robert Gall 
Gary King 
Lucien Lenhart 



Harold Lynch 
David Page 
Fred Roscoe 
Donnie Shields 
James Spangler 
Lyle Trumbull 
Kenneth Turner 
Lowell Whipp 
Fairley Workman 




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OFFICERS 

President Valla Bartlett 

Vice-President Judy Taylor 

Secretary-Treasurer Beverley VanScoy 

Historian Katherine Ridder 




The Potomac State Chapter of the College Section 
of the West Virginia Home Economics Association. 
The membership is extended to all women on 
the campus who are interested in the programs of 
the organization. These programs are planned in 
relation to the National Program. Some of the 
areas of Home Economics included in this year's 
program were the promotion of a better understand- 
ing of Home Economics, intelligent purchase, of con- 
sumer goods and services, and appreciation of some 
of the lasting satisfactions to be gained from Home 
Economics as a profession. These activities featured 
guest speakers from the various areas of Home Eco- 



nomics, attending state meetings with members of 
other chapters, competing in activities for home eco- 
nomists in training, touring industries engaged in 
food processing, preparing displays for campus activ- 
ities and assisting with campus social functions. 

Special recognition gained by members of the club 
this year were: Valla Bartlett served as a member 
of the Executive Council for College Chapters in 
West Virginia, Blanche Turner, Sheila Phillips, Val- 
la Bartlett and Beverley VanScoy were recognized 
for outstanding work in the MAKE IT WITH AMER- 
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OFFICERS 

President Cheryl Maderia 

Vice President Nancy Manning 

Secretary Bonnie Baker 

Treasurer Betty Criner 

MEMBERS 



Bonnie Baker 
Donald Barker 
Kay Beegle 
Doris Bennett 
Carolyn Biser 



Betty Criner 
Shane DeHaven 
Ellen Dunlap 
Janet Foley 
Mary Kay Hammond 



Patricia Harness 
Karen Sue Huchette 
Elaine Kalbaugh 
Lucien Lenhart 
Patsy Lipscomb 



Cheryl Maderia 
Barbara Malone 
Nancy Manning 
Corrine Miller 
Patsy Yokum 



The Christian Youth Fellowship was organized on 
Potomac State campus in 1949. This organization 
strives "to bring Christian youth of Potomac State 
College into closer contact with the church and to 
deepen their devotional life through recreation and 
fellowship." Constructive programs are presented 
by the various members at the meetings which are 



held each Monday evening. Mr. W. Earl Michael 
serves as faculty advisor at these meetings. 

The Christian Youth Fellowship co-sponsored Spir- 
itual Emphasis Week and sponsored the Pre-Easter 
Communion and Pre-Easter worship services for 
Protestant students. It also participated in several 
campus social events. 



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OFFICERS 

President Richard Pirozzi 

Vice President Francis Coda 

Secretary Mary Dorsey 

Treasurer Kevin Rvan 



Frank Abruzzino 
John Atkinson 
Timothy Atkinson 
Michael Babyak 
John Bianconi 
Robert Bossone 
Richard Bowman 



Patricia Brennan 
Joseph Dakerty 
Shane DeHaven 
Mary Devin 
Marc Elliott 
Barbara Fougere 
Vito Galati 



MEMBERS 

Cecilia Glorious 
Robert Hager 
Patricia Hanlin 
Mary Handlan 
Donald Hill 
Betty Kapp 
John Kaylor 



John Kennedy 
John Kuzmiak 
Joseph LaRosa 
David Lawson 
William Mabbitt 
Frank Martino 
Judith Mokosh 



Mary McLaughlin 
George Paxton 
Frederick Roscoe 
John Ruhl 
Joseph Strange 
Kenneth Turner 
Helen Zaletski 



To place greater emphasis on religion, the Newman 
Club has been established at Potomac State College. 

The Newman Club is a national Catholic organi- 
zation. Its purposes are. to foster the spiritual, in- 
tellectual, and social interests of Catholic students. 
At one of the two monthly meetings, talks on religi- 
ous or social subjects are given by visiting speakers. 
Mr. J. Kenna Burke is the facultv advisor of the 



club. The club meets the first and third Mondays of 
each month at 7:30 in the Science Hall. 

The Newman Club, in co-operation with the 
C.Y.F., sponsors Spiritual Emphasis Week during 
the month of February. 

This year the guest speaker who represented the 
Catholic faith was Father Richard J. Burke. 



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The Women's Residence Association, established 
on December 7, 1944, is comprised of the women 
living in Reynolds and Friend Halls. The function 
of the association is that of co-ordinating the liv- 
ing standards in both dormitories through acting 
as a governing body functioning with the respective 
hall councils. To promote good relations and friend- 
liness and assist in the social life of the residence 



halls is another responsibility of the association. 
Among its activities, the association was represent- 
ed in the annual Homecoming Parade, sponsored an 
annual Christmas Party, and is helping to empha- 
size the importance of cultural aspects of college life. 
One of its objectives is that of presenting some re- 
productions of masterpieces to the women's dormi- 
tories. 




OFFICERS 

President Judith A. Mokosh 

Vice President Joyce Fike 

Secretary Ruth Cross 

Treasurer Sally Karl 

Social Chairman Corrine Miller 




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"A sport for every woman and every woman in a 
sport" is the motto of the Women's Athletic Associ- 
ation. It was organized to popularize women's ath- 
letics and to provide leisure time activities. 

The. aims of this organization are to develop stand- 
ards of leadership and sportsmanship and to promote 
those activities which may be adapted to the leisure 
time of later school. Intramural games are bowling, 



volleyball, basketball, ping-pong, badminton, and 
shuffleboard. 

The club is open to all girls enrolled in Potomac 
State College. A total of 250 points entitles a mem- 
ber to an emblem. These points are acquired by par- 
ticipation in tournaments, attending meetings, and 
in other ways. 

W.A.A. made corsages for the mothers on Parents 
Day. This project proved extremely successful. 



OFFICERS 

President Elaine Kalbaugh 

Vice President Mischele Ward 

Secretary-Treasurer Penny Conely 

Point Keeper Barbara Nicholson 

Program Chairman Judy Astf alk 

Publicity Chairman Jeannie Scott 



MEMBERS 



Bonnie Baker 
Marlene Braddock 
Patricia Brennan 
Donna Brooks 
Penny Conely 



Juliette Devlin 
Barbara Fileti 
Kathy Firlie 
Elaine Kalbaugh 
Carol Miers 



Mischele Ward 




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Players, organized in 1919 on the Potomac State 
College campus, holds the distinction of being the 
oldest organization at Potomac State. Members, who 
need no previous experience in dramatics, may mork 
in any phase of the theater, from acting to set con- 
struction, lighting techniques and the art of stage 
make-up. 

This year two one-act plays were produced in the 
early weeks of the second semester. A larger pro- 
duction was given later in the spring. 



Membership in Delta Psi Omega, national dramat- 
ic honorary society, is awarded each year to mem- 
bers of Players who have done outstanding work, 
and have made valuable contributions to the organ- 
ization. Election to the society is not automatic, how- 
ever, upon the accumulation of the one hundred 
points necessary for consideration; candidates must 
meet local and national requirements for election, as 
Delta Psi Omega is a fraternity which gives recog- 
nition only to members of dramatic organizations 
who excel in the theater. 



OFFICERS 

President Patricia Hanlin 

Vice-President Michael Zontanos 

Secretary-Treasurer Judith Mokosh 




MEMBERS 



Thomas Baber 
Robert Bossone 
Ada Bowyer 
Donald Carr 
Zelda Lee Drainer 
Donald Francisco 
Richard Hartnett 



John Kennedy 
Bonnie McAvoy 
Carol Mandigo 
Richard Moon 
Roger Parsons 
Blanche Turner 
David Whitzell 





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One of the oldest, most active, and most popular 
college organizations is the Potomac State Singers. 
This group was organized in 1926 to give students 
in singing an opportunity to enjoy group partici- 
pation in the art. Since its beginning, the Singers' 
group has grown quite large, and now consists of 
fifty members. 

The Singers organization is composed of a wo- 
men's chorus, a men's chorus, and mixed chorus. 
They take part in the Religious Emphasis Week pro- 



grams, and have a large part in the Annual Spring 
Music Festival sponsored by the Keyser Kiwanis 
Club. The highlight of the winter season was the 
presentation of a Christmas cantata which was 
sung before the Keyser Rotary Club and the college 
as the Christmas Convocation. One of the more 
enjoyable activities was the visit to high schools in 
West Virginia and Maryland this spring. To climax 
their year's activities, the Singers provided music 
for the college commencement exercises. 



MEMBERS 



Judy Astfalk 
Bonnie Baker 
Robert Bell 
Sharon Berger 
Kathleen Bobo 
James Brittain 
Barbara Brown 
Nancy Carling 
Kathryn Carvey 
Debbie Colesworthy 
Wayne Dare 
Sara Daugherty 
Shane DeHaven 



Lee Drainer 
Adela Fennell 
Karen Flint 
Chris Franklin 
John Fraser 
Joseph Frye 
Vito Galati 
Claude Gaujot 
Carol Goodholn 
Mary Handlan 
Richard Hartnett 
Hugh Hollingsworth 
(President) 



John Ice 
Ann Johannesen 
Louise Kister 
Carole Koon 
Nick Lapcevic 
Patsy Lipscomb 
Mary Llewellyn 
Cheryl Maderia 
Barbara Malone 
Sue McDowell 
Glenn Miller 
Barbara O'Rear 



George Ott 
Lois Patterson 
Robert Porter 
Louann Rockenstein 
Bruce Shaffer 
LeAnn Sindy 
John Smith 
Martin Stone 
Joe Stutler 
Willard Watkins 
Lynn Whipp 
Gary Williams 
Helen Zaletski 



Mr. Leonard Withers, Director 



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The Potomac State College Concert Band is a credit 
course available to both men and women. Partici- 
pation in the Concert Band enables students to con- 
tinue their musical training. The Concert Band de- 
votes its time to the study and performance of band 
literature of the highest quality. 

The Concert Band, under the direction of Mr. 



Charles Whitehill, presented a spring concert on the 
college campus and also participated in the Annual 
Music Festival sponsored by the Kevser Kiwanis 
Club. 

Concluding the concert season, the band played 
for the graduation exercises in May. 



Atchison, Jimmy 
Batcheller, John 
Bell, Robert 
Brooks, Donna 
Castello, Larry 
Cheesman, Robert 
Christman, William 
Fileti, Barbara 
Fougere, Barbara 
Galvin, Dennis 
Halbritter, Judy 
Harper, Woody 



MEMBERS 

Harler, Robert 
Hartnett, Richard 
Jones, Bryan 
Kuhn, Pamela 
Lymburner, Francis 
Mitchell, Gary 
Old, Francis 
Ott, George 
Prediger, Dave 
Reider, Curtis 
Rhoderick, Terre 
Rhoades, Nancy 



Robinette, Roger 
Roby, Richard 
Sandusky, Tom 
Shaffer, Bruce 
Sharp, Ralph 
Smith. Mike 
Spangler, James 
Strawderman, Thomas 
Warder, Wayne 
Watkins, Willard 
Wise, Ronald 
Williams, Garv 



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The Potomac State College Dance Band, under the 
direction of Mr. Charles Whitehall, affords the mem- 
bers experience in the field of dance music. Mem- 
bership in this credit course is open to any student 
by audition. In addition to the regular music avail- 
able for dance bands, this group varies its sound 
by using special arrangements by Mr. Whitehill and 
by using small combos and soloists. 



The. Stage Band made several appearances at 
school functions during the year such as the Faculty 
Reception, the Parent's Day convocation and the 
Recognition Day Program. It also appeared in two 
spring concerts in addition to the annual spring tour 
to neighboring high schools in conjuntion with the 
Potomac State Singers. 



Atchinson, Jimmy 
Batcheller, John 
Bell, Robert 
Castello, Larry 
Christman, William 



MEMBERS 

Harper, Woody 
Jones, Bryan 
Ott, George 
Prediger, Dave 
Shaffer, Bruce 
Smith, Mike 



Spangler, James 
Watkins, Willard 
Williams, Gary 
Wise, Ronald 
Zimmerman, Irving 



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The ROTC Marching Band is under the direction 
of Mr. Charles Whitehall. Band members may earn 
additional ROTC merits for participation and also 
earn college credit if they continue into the Concert 
Band, as most do. 

The Band is most active during the fall season 



when its contributes much to the spirit of the 
school by performing at all home football games and 
pep rallies. The band provides the music for the 
ROTC noon formations. The ROTC Band participat- 
ed in the Veteran's Day parade, the Homecoming 
parade, and the Keyser Christmas parade. 




Director, Mr. Charles Whitehill 



MEMBERS 




Anderson, Van F. 
Atchinson, Jimmy 
Batcheller. John 
Bosserman, Walter 
Bell, Robert 
Castello, Larry 
Cheesman, Robert 
Christman, William 
Galvin, Dennis 
Harper, Woody 
Hartnett. Richard 
Harler, Robert 
Heckert, James 
Jones, Bryan 
Klinestiver, Robert 
Lymburner, Francis 
Mitchell, Gary 



Ott, George 
Old, Francis 
Prediger, Dave 
Reider, Curtis 
Rhoderick, Terre 
Robinette, Roger 
Roby, Richard 
Sandusky, Thomas 
Shaffer, Bruce 
Sharp, Ralph 
Smith. Mike 
Spangler. James 
Strawderman. Thomas 
Warder, Wayne 
Watkins. Willard 
Williams, Gary 
Wise. Ronald 



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ROTH Military Honorary Society was formed in 
1953 to represent the Reserve Officers Training Corp 
unit at Potomac State College. Colonel Samuel Roth, 
then Professor of Military Science and Tactics at 
West Virginia University, was responsible for the 
ROTC unit at Potomac State. 

The Society's chief objective is to honor outstand- 
ing ROTC students who have demonstrated quali- 
ties of leadership and have achieved a high military 
and academic standing. To be invited into ROTH, 
a student must attain a military science grade of 



"B" or better and an overall academic grade of "C" 
or above. The ROTH colors, red and white, are dis- 
played in the ribbon and fourragere worn by all 
members in addition to the ROTC uniform. 

ROTH annually sponsors the ROTC Rifle Team, 
the Military Ball, the Fall Banquet, the Spring Cook- 
out, and a float in the Homecoming Parade. Also 
the organization is responsible for the performance 
of ceremonial activities of a military nature in con- 
nection with Potomac State College activities. 



MEMBERS 



Frank Abruzzino 
John Batcheller 
George Bennett 
Walace Bennett 
John Bianconi 
Robert Bruce 
Dave Disque 
David Ellis 
Robert Engle 
James Evans 
Paul Gates 



Charles Grossman 
Glen Harman 
John Harman 
Kenneth Harris 
Richard Hartnett 
David Helmcik 
Hugh Hollingsworth 
Thomas Hood 
Gary King 
Robert Klinestiver 
Harold Lynch 



Morton MacDonald 
Thomas Martin 
Ray McManis 
William Milleson 
George Moser 
Francis Old 
David Page 
Richard Pirozzi 
Roger Shallis 
Ralph Sharp 
Jerry Peel 



Donnie Shields 
John Sligar 
Joseph Strange 
Vaugn Thomas 
Kenneth Turner 
John Wagoner 
Gary Williams 
Ronald Wise 
Lowell Whipp 
Fairley Workman 



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Commander 

Executive Officer 
Secretary 



OFFICERS 

. Roger Shallis Treasurer John Sligar 

Information Officer Tom Hood 

Chaplain Gary King 



Hugh Hollingsworth 
John Harmon 



ADVISOR 

Capt. William H. Wendelken 



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OFFICERS 

President Richard Lyons 

Vice President James Junkins 

Secretary James Neil 

Treasurer John Haines 



MEMBERS 



Dave Buckell 
Thomas Carter 
John Haines 
Steve Hayden 
James Junkins 



James Neil 
Tony Parks 
Roger Smith 
George Stanya 
Gary Waugerman 



Richard Lyons 



The Catamont Rifle Club, sponsored by the Mili- 
tary Department and Roth Honorary Society, is one 
of the several competitive sports offered to Potom- 
ac State students. Through the affiliation with the 
National Rifle Association, (NRA), the team par- 



ticipates in the NRA Sectionals, which were held 
this year at West Virginia University. Also through 
NRA, the students have excellent opportunities to 
work as certified assistants in Rifle Instruction at 
summer camps throughout the United States. 



Sponsor Capt. Paul P. Rof rano, Jr. 

Coach Sfc Charles B. Christian 

Assistant Coach Sfc Joseph Q. Sanders 

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Dinah Wells 



Elizabeth Kapp 



Helen Martina 



Marie Miller 




Mary Miller 




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ROTC Sponsors Honored at Banquet 



Ujgnettes Of Our Jlti/i'tary Joife 




Kelley N. G. Armory— ROTC Headquarters 



Pres. Church Chats With Col. Reynolds 




We're Proud of Our New Drill Team 



Nancy Hanks Post VFW Presents Flag to College 




Centennial Float Created by ROTH 



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Annual ROTH Banquet 




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OFFICERS 

President Elizabeth Kapp 

Vice President Barbara Nicholson 

Secretary Penelope Conley 

Treasurer Marie Miller 

Adamas Editor Mary Miller 

Sergeant-at-Anns Dinah Wells 

Chaplain Betty Criner 



MEMBERS 




Penelope Ashenfelter 
Stella Barkman 
Valla Bartlett 
Sharon Berger 
Anita Bissett 
Kathryn Carvey 
Betty Church 
Penelope Conley 
Betty Criner 
Shane DeHaven 
Joyce Fike 
Jennifer Gerstell 
Cynthia Helm 
Elaine Kalbaugh 
Elizabeth Kapp 
Mary Linn 
Carol Mandigo 



Sisters Discuss Harvest Swing 



Carol Miers 
Adrain Miller 
Marie Miller 
Mary Miller 
Carol McVicker 
Barbara Nicholson 
Gail Onyun 
Karen Pratt 
Victoria Price 
Kathryn Ridder 
LouAnn Rockenstein 
Suzanne Shelton 
Mary Stone 
Beverly VanScoy 
Mischele Ward 
Dinah Wells 
Lynella Wisgin 





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Eta Upsilon Gamma was founded at Christian College in Colum- 
bia, Missouri, in 1901. It is the oldest national junior college sorori- 
ty in the National College Panhellenic. The aims of Eta Upsilon 
Gamma are to promote scholarship achievement, stimulate school 
spirit, and to broaden and enrich friendship. 

The sorority started off the year with a successful rush party 
held in the lounge of Davis Hall. The theme for the party was 
"West Side Story," which the girls adapted to fit the group. In 
November the Gammas jointly sponsored the annual Harvest Swing 
with Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity. The sorority sponsored an in- 
formal dance in February. 

Honors bestowed on Gamma members during the year are : Kath- 
ryn Carvey was selected to reign as Miss Eastern West Virginia 
and was chosen as fourth runnerup to Miss West Virginia ; Carol 
McVicker was elected by the student body to reign as Miss Cata- 
mount XXV; Mary Miller was the first recipient of the Kirkland 
S. McKee Memorial Scholarship ; Dinah Wells was elected presi- 
dent of Sigma Phi Omega Society and selected as Potomac State's 
representative to the Apple Blossom Festival; Elizabeth Kapp was 
chosen to reign over the Harvest Swing; Marie Miller and Penny 
Conley were chosen finalists for Military Ball Queen ; Mary Miller 
and Dinah Wells served as editor and sports editor, respectively, 
of the Pasquino; Kathryn Carvey, Carol Miers, Joyce Fike. and 
Penny Conley were cheerleaders ; Marie Miller. Mary Miller. Eliz- 
abeth Kapp, and Dinah Wells were selected as ROTC sponsors ; 
Mary Miller was our candidate for May Day Queen. 



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OFFICERS 

President Thomas A. Hood 

Vice President David Van Zant 

Glenn Harman 

Secretary Michael Dransfield 

Treasurer Wayne Warder 

Chaplain Ray O'Neal 

Sergeant-at-Arms David Shinn 

Pledge Master Charles Murphy 

Corresponding Secretary Paul Lamm 

Robert Klinestiver 



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MEMBERS 



James Atchinson 
Finis P. Boyce 
Richard Carson 
William Chidester 
Michael Dransfield 
Robert Fye 
Glenn Harman 
John Harman 
Thomas Hood 
Charles Holliday 
William Jennewine 
Rodger Kenworthy 
Robert Klinestiver 
William Knott 
Paul Lamm 
Harold Lynch 
Peter McFarlane 
Richard Morton 
Charles Murphy 
Ronald May 
Ray O'Neal 
Dave Prediger 
Terre Rhoderick 
Thomas Sandusky 



Robert Sekora 
David Shinn 
Danny Vance 
David Van Zant 
Wayne Warder 
Robert Wells 
Jay Gibbs 
Pledges 

Gary Ambridge 
Stan Ambridge 
Charles Arnold 
Donald Baker 
David Collins 
Harold Cox 
Dennis Galvin 
William Heffelfinger 
Dallas House 
William Litton 
William Peters 
Kenneth Pittman 
Charles Reese 
Charles Rutledge 
Harry Snyder 
Willard Watkins 



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The Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity was founded on the campus of 
Potomac State College in 1922. The fraternity promotes better char- 
acter, good fellowship, top scholarship, and better school spirit, 

Theta Sigma Chi participates in many college events : conduct- 
ing the election of Miss Catamount during the Homecoming week- 
end ; presenting a float in the annual Homecoming Parade and the 
annual Harvest Swing — both in conjunction with their sister sor- 
ority, Eta Upsilon Gamma. 

The organization proudly points to the accomplishments of their 
men. Glenn Harman was elected the District Treasurer of Circle 
K, Circle K "Man of the Month" (Nov.), Business Editor of the 
Catamount, and a member of the Dean's List; John Harmon was 
president of Circle K, secretary of Roth Military Honorary Society, 
and placed on the President's List; William Chidester was editor 
of the Catamount; Thomas Hood was president of the Panhellenic 
Council and the college bowling league and Information Officer of 
Roth Military Honorary Society; David Van Zant reigned as king 
of the Harvest Swing; and Rodger Kenworthy was Vice President 
of the freshman class. 

Other activities of the fraternity included several informal part- 
ies, a rush party for the pledges and the annual picnic in the 
spring. 



Coronation of Theta-Gamma Harvest Swing- Royalty 





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OFFICERS 

President Barbara Malone 

Secretary-Treasurer Sandra Brown 

Chaplain Diannah Vann 



MEMBERS 




Donna Brooks 
Barbara Brown 
Sandra Brown 
Nancy Carling 
Sherry Corbitt 
Karen Flint 
Carol Grim 
Judy Hal 
Judy Halbritter 
Susan Hutzler 
Ann Johanneson 
Carol Koon 
Pamela Kuhn 



Betty Lafayette 
Mary Llewlleyn 
Barbara Malone 
Carolyn Martin 
Dianne Montgomery 
Laura Nathan 
Linda Orazi 
Nancy Rhoades 
Mildred Streets 
Chris VanDemeer 
Diannah Vann 
Sherry Warner 
Patsy Yokum 



Contribution to Homecoming Parade 





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Who Said We Were Framed? 




Kappa Delta Psi was founded on the campus of Potomac State 
College on April 26, 1951. The objectives of the sorority are to 
further scholarship, to stimulate school spirit, to promote high 
moral standards, to develop a close feeling of friendship among 
its members and loyalty to Potomac State College. 

The sorority began its 1963-64 activities with a rush party in 
the assembly room of the Science Hall. Afterwards there was a 
joint party with their brother fraternity in the armory. A meal 
ticket was given to a student at Keyser Elementary School at 
Thanksgiving this year. A Christmas party was given in the Home 
Economics Department, with the patronesses as special guests. The 
second semester brought new pledge ; the highly successful Easter 
Ball ; and, to finish the year, the freshman girls had a banquet for 
the departing sophomore "big sisters." A highlight of the Spring 
Banquet was again the presentation of a check to the Alumni Found- 
ation Scholarship Fund. 

Honors bestowed upon Kappa Delta Psi members during the 
year include: Sandra Brown, runner-up for Miss Catamount; Bar- 
bara Malone, President of Friend Hall Dormitory, member of Pan 
hellenic, Student Council, and Home Economics Club. Barbara Ma- 
lone and Mildred Streets were recipients of scholarships. 



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OFFICERS 

President Joseph Strange 

Vice President Walter Pennino 

Secretary Robert Lawson 

Treasurer Joseph Williams 

Chaplain David Page 

Parliamentarian Francis Coda 

Pledgemaster Vincent Kirk 



MEMBERS 




Frank Abruzzino 
Lloyd Arbogast 
Wallace Bennett 
Tom Baber 
Tom Burnell 
John Bianconi 
Ken Cuprik 
Tom Deptula 
Bob Engle 
Ray Falconetti 
C. J. Fetchero 
Jim Flint 
Gary Hall 
Herbert Harman 
Marvin Hicks 
Jim Hildreth 
Mike Holtgrave 
Andy Karschnik 
Rodger Keys 
Brad Killibrew 



President Asks Forgiveness 



Nick Lapcevic 
Bob Lonergan 
Paul Nagy 
Gregory Norris 
Walter McClelland 
Tom Martin 
James Mims 
Richard Moon 
Dennis O'Neill 
Joe Peduzzi 
John Peters 
Larry Pingley 
Richard Roach 
Richard Shvarch 
Courtland Smith 
Roger Smith 
Brian Stevens 
Jeff Ward 
Tracy Webber 
Leonard Mayer 




iPni Ulappa Omexja 





The Phi Kappa Omega fraternity was organized at Potomac State 
College in 1949. The goals of the fraternity are to work steadily to 
promote high scholastic standings, sound moral character, and a 
fraternal spirit among the members. 

The fraternity, in a show of its high scholastics, won the late 
Dean McKee's plaque for the fraternity with the highest scholastic 
average on campus for the 1962-63 school year. 

The brothers of Phi Kappa Omega are proud of their 1963-64 
achievements. Brothers C. J. Fetchero served as president of the 
sophomore class and Bob Lawson as class treasurer and vice presi- 
dent of the Agriculture Club. Brother Richard Pirozzi served as 
president of the Newman Club, Francis Coda as vice preisdent, 
Brother Joe Strange as the Newman Club representative to all 
Newman Club conventions, plus being on the college's Social Com- 
mittee, the college's delegate to the West Virginia Association of 
Collegiate Student Governments, and as the president of Panhell- 
enic. Brother David Page was the representative to the Student 
Council from the Engineers Club and the fraternity's candidate for 
May King, while Brother Tom Martin was on the Circle K Board 
of Directors. 

In cooperation with the sister sorority, Kappa Delta Psi. we held 
the annual Easter Ball, an annual social high point on campus. The 
year was climaxed with a banquet and picnic. The bonds which were 
established with the other brothers will long be remembered by all 
of us. 



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OFFICERS 

Worthy Matron Mary Kay Hammond 

Worthy Protectress Molly Handlan 

Worthy Scribe Patty Harness 

Worthy Treasurer Marcella Ryan 

Worthy Guard Pat Hanlin 

Literary Chairman Janet Foley 

Worthy Directress Nancy Manning 

Chaplain Cheryl Maderia 

Historian Judith Mokosh 

Parchment Editor Corrine Miller 




MEMBERS 

Nancy Baldwin 
Kay Beegle 
Doris Bennett 
Carolyn Biser 
Marlene Braddock 
Ellen Conrad 
Susan Darrow 
Mary Dorsey 
Ellen Dunlap 
Janet Foley 
Barbara Fougere 
Mary Kay Hammond 
Molly Handlan 
Pat Hanlin 
Patty Harness 
Karen Huchette 
Louise Kister 

Sandra Staggs 



Sigma Float 



Sue Lazarchick 
Patsy Lipscomb 
Barbara Machamer 
Cheryl Maderia 
Nancy Manning 
Corrine Miller 
Leslie Ann Miller 
Judith Mokosh 
Paula McDowell 
Roberta Porcella 
Clara Belle Reel 
Ann Ridgway 
Carolyn Root 
Marcella Ryan 
Jean Scott 
LeAnn Sindy 
Cheryl Smith 









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Sigma Iota Chi, largest National Junior College Sorority in the 
United States, was founded by Captain Greer A. Duncan in 1903. 
Epsilon Chapter was established at Potomac State in 1923. 

The purpose of this sorority is to perfect and carry out, in one's 
every-day life, the meaning of sisterhood, to be forgetful of self 
and mindful of others, and to reach the highest standards possible, 
mentally, morally, and physically. 

Epsilon Chapter's annual rush party was held to the Upper 
Potomac Country Club, Burlington. Following the distribution of 
bids, Sigma received 24 pledges. Carrying out the sorority's local 
project, the members contributed a basket of food to a needy fami- 
ly at Christmas and made a donation to an orphanage in Virginia. 

Miss Nancy Manning was the Sigma candidate for Homecoming 
Queen. Reigining over the Christmas Ball, sponsored jointly with 
Phi Sigma Nu fraternity, was Queen Molly Handlan. In February, 
Sigma, again with the cooperation of the Phi Sigs, sponsored the 
Sweetheart Ball, first formal activity to be held in the newly re- 
novated Student Union. 



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OFFICERS 

President Rick McManis 

Vice President Steve Bennett 

Secretary Milton MacDonald 

Treasurer Robert Hager 

Representative 

to Panhellenic Rick McManis 



MEMBERS 




Doug Barbash 
Don Barker 
Steve Bennett 
Monty Burgess 
Thomas Carter 
Phil Dibler 
Tom Eckard 
Jim Evans 
Mike Furr 
Ben Gay 
Robert Goodholm 
Bob Hager 
Ray Harris 
Dave Hillberry 
Richard Hudkins 
Johnny Johnson 
Michael Lantz 
Art Lawton 
Dick Lyons 



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Milton MacDonald 
Andy Mance 
Vincent Miller 
Gary Mitchell 
Norman Moore 
Thaddy Ours 
Tony Parks 
Richard Roby 
John Ruhl 
Calvin Sharp 
Mike Shepard 
Ted Skrypak 
James Spangler 
George Stanya 
Thomas Strawderman 
George Van Meter 
Roy Walker 
Fairley Workman 
Rick McManis 



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Phi Sigma Nu, founded in 1922, has been an outstanding social 
fraternity on the campus of Potomac State College. The fraternity 
was granted a charter by the National College Panhellenic and is 
designated Beta Chapter. 

Phi Sigma Nu began the year with a successful and enteraining 
pledge party during the fall "Rush Week" which ultimately brought 
to the fraternity some forty pledges. In the fall activities on the 
campus of the college, Phi Sigma Nu tied for fii'st place in the 
float building competition of the Homecoming weekend. 

The annual and traditional Christmas Ball sponsored by the fra- 
ternity and the sister sorority was as usual a distinguished social 
event on the campus, with Brother Jim Evans reigning as "King of 
Winter" with Molly Handlan, elected by the brothers from their 
sister sorority, as his "Queen." In February, the brothers elected 
Sister Pat Harness to be their "Queen" at the Sweetheart Ball. It 
was an honor for the fraternity and the sorority to have their 
Sweetheart Ball in the newly constructed Student Union of Potom- 
ac State College. 

Phi Sigma Nu held a number of very informal parties during 
the year, entertaining the pledges, members of the Sigma Iota 
Chi Sorority and others. The fraternity also was well represented 
in all campus activities and developed a series of programs for the 
benefit of the members. 

At the end of the year a fraternity picnic was held, and the 
annual banquet honoring the sophomore members of the fraternity 
which closed out the vear's activities. 



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OFFICERS 

President Dinah Sue Wells 

Vice-President Richard Hartnett 

Secretary-Treasurer . .Nancy M. Miller 
Faculty Representative . .K. F. Haines 




MEMBERS 

Betty Criner 
Mary K. Hammond 
Mary Handlan 
Patricia Harness 

Kenneth Turner 



Corrine Miller 
Judith Mokosh 
Richard Pirozzi 
Blanche Turner 



For more than forty years, Sigma Phi Omega has 
held an honored place at Potomac State College. Or- 
ganized to foster scholarship and campus citizenship, 
it ever strives to uphold the ideals of its founders. 
It is still a local fraternity with its own constitution, 
ritual, insignia, and traditions. 

Certain functions of the academic year are associ- 
ated with Sigma Phi Omega. As the society draws 
its membership from all campus groups, it is proper 
that it should sponsor the. two convocations honor- 
ing Potomac State's organizations. This year at the 
KNOW YOUR ORGANIZATIONS Convocation held 
shortly after the beginning of the college year, Sig- 
ma Phi Omega again directed the presentation of 
the campus organizations and their leaders to the 



freshmen and described the history and objectives 
of each group. In the spring it will sponsor the an- 
nual RECOGNITION DAY Convocation, on which 
occasion honor is bestowed upon leadership and 
achievement in every field of college life. The formal 
initiation of new members and the banquet honoring 
them and their parents have an important place on 
the school calendar. 

Members of Sigma Phi Ome,ga feel that it is not 
only an honor to be elected to this society, but that 
it is also a responsibility. They aim to uphold the 
standards of scholarship, to participate in student 
activities, and to co-operate with the college at all 
times. 



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HER MAJESTIES OF 1964 
Miss Catamount 
Carol McVicker 

Apple Blossom Princess 

Dinah Sue Wells 

Queen of the Military Ball 

Helen Martina 

Queen of May 

Mary Miller 

Campus Cover Girl 

Leann Sindy 

Queen of Harvest Swing 

Elizabeth Kapp 

Queen of Winter 

Mary Handlan 

Sigma Sweetheart 

Patricia Harness 



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Frank Abruzzino 

Shinnston, W. Va. 
Law 

Robert Alderton 

Elk Garden, W. Va. 

Arts and Sciences 

Milton April 

College Park, Md. 
Veterinary 

Julia S. Astfalk 

Harrington, Del. 
Physical Education 



John E. Atkinson 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Law 

Thomas K. Baber 

Vienna, Va. 

Arts and Sciences 

William Barclift 

Arlington, Va. 
Accounting 

Valla J. Bartlett 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Home Economics 



John Batcheller 

McLean, Va. 
Music 

Robert W. Bell 

Fanwood, N. J. 
Economics 

Doris Bennett 

Glady, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

George S. Bennett 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 



Wallace L. Bennett 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

John Bianconi 

McKeesport, Pa. 
Physical Therapy 

Carolyn Biser 

Oakland, Md. 
Home Economics 

Donald Blank 
Greensburg, Pa. 
Business Administration 



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Walter D. Bosserman 

Mechanicsburg, Pa. 
Forestry 

Robert Bossone 

Long Beach, N. J. 
Law 

David H. Bowers 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Finis Boyce 

Bridgeville, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 



O. Paul Braithwaite 

Cross, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Lynn C. Brodengeyer 

Antioch, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Sandra Brown 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Robert D. Bruce 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 





Robert Buckbee 
Romney, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Clyde L. Burdock 

Elk Garden, W. V.a. 
Education 

Montford O. Burgess, Jr. 

Arlington. Va. 
Engineering 

Michael C. Burke 
Elk Garden, W. Va. 

Arts and Sciences 



Kathryn W. Carrey 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Speech Therapy 

John P. Castelli 

Cuddy, Pa. 

Business Administration 

William K. Chidester 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Michael Chilcote 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Education 








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Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 


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Linwood, N. J. 
Business Administration 


Francis Coda 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Education 




Penny Conley 

South Charleston, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 


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Robert Craig 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Engineering 

Betty Rae Criner 

Reedy, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Michael B. Crisci 
Weirton, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Rodger L. Crites 

Moorefield, W. Va. 
Agriculture 



Richard Culp 

Grafton, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Kenneth J. Cuprik 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Business Administration 

Steven Curry 

La Vale, Md. 
Engineering 

Donald Cutlip 

Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



Wayne Dare 

Pitman, N. J. 

Business Administration 

Sara R. Daugherty 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

David Dawson 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Norman DeLawder 

Arthurdale, W. Va. 
Agriculture 




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Robert Diaco 

Newark, N. J. 
Dentistry 

John Diehl 

Portland, Oregon 
Veterinary- 
Dave Disque 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Engineering 

Douglas H. Donohoe 

Vienna, Va. 

Business Administration 



Mary Clara Dorsey 

Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Zelda Drainer 

Flemington, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Elinor Drane 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

Michael Dransfield 

Gap Mills, W. Va. 
Business Administration 





David L. Ellis 

Westernport, Md. 
Engineering 

Robert Engle 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Donald Eskridge 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

James Evans 

New Creek, W. Va. 

Medicine 



Thomas B. Ferrebee 

Cumberland, Md. 
Business Administration 

Carl J. Fetchero 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

Joyce Fike 

Bruceton Mills, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Barbara Fileti 
West Orange, N. J. 
General Secretarial 




Janet Foley 

Petersburg, W. Va. 
Education 

Donald Friend 

Morgantown, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Joseph H. Frye 

Augusta, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Paul E. Gates 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Medicine 



Claude Gaujot 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Benjamin Gay 

Marlinton, W. Va. 
Veterinary 

Michael Gingerich 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Lindsay A. Gonder 

Oakland, Md. 
Physical Education 



Kathryn Ann Green 

Westernport, Md. 
Nursing 

James D. Griffin 

St. Marys, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Charles A. Grossmann 

Charlottesville, Va. 
Medicine 

Robert E. Hager, Jr. 

Cumberland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



John Haines 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Accounting 

Robert G. Hall 

Walkersville, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Mary Kay Hammond 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Mary Handlan 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 




Patricia Hanlin 

Wappingers Falls, N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 

Don R. Harman 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Glen Harman 

Rough Run, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

John W. Harman 

Petersburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



J. Clifford Harnage 

Falls Church, Va. 
Engineering 

Patricia Harness 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Education 

Woodrow Harper 

Winchester, Va. 
Physical Therapy 

Kenneth Ray Harris 

Alexandria, Va. 
Physical Therapy 





Barbara J. Hartman 
Wiley Ford, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

Richard A. Hartnett 

Bronx, N. Y. 
Law 

Howard M. Hatala 
Weirton, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Edward Hawkins 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Harry Helme 
Washington, D. C. 
Business Administration 

David Helmick 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Francis Herbert 
Westernport, Md. 

Business Administration 

Marvin Hicks 

Fairfax, Va. 

Business Administration 




James Hildreth 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Phyllis A. Hodge 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Home Economics 

Neva Hoffman 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Burton Holcomb 

Ashland, N. J. 
Physical Education 



Hugh A. Hollingsworth 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 

Thomas A. Hood 

Jeannette, Pa. 

Business Administration 

James C. Hovey 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Richard Hudkins 

Philippi, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



Paul F. Jenkins 

Winchester, Va. 
Forestry 

William L. Jennewine, Jr. 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Law 

Bryan Jones 

Verona, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

James R. Junkins 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Elaine Kalbaugh 

Elk Garden, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Elizabeth Kapp 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Business Administration 

Sally L. Karl 

Frederick, Md. 
Education 

John E. Kaylor 

Springfield, W. Va. 
Business Administration 




George A. Keen 

Georgetown, Dela. 
Agriculture 

Karen J. Keller 

Westernport, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

James Estel Kenny 

Westernport, Md. 
Pharmacy 

Bradford L. Killebrew 

Westfield, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 



Marjorie J. Killian 

Manasquan, N. J. 
Medical Secretarial 

Gary L. King 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 

Vincent Kirk 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Education 

Louise Kister 

Somerset, Pa. 
Music 





Robert C. Klinestiver 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Medicine 

William V. Knott 
Keyser, W. Va. 
LaW 

Miles C. Kochenderfer 
Parsons, W. Va. 
Physical Therapy 

Lonnie J. Kuhn 
Mt. Storm, W. Va. 
Medicine 



John Kuzmiak 

Johnstown. Pa. 
Law 

Paul E. Lamm 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

Nick C. Lapcevic 

Larimer, Pa. 
Physical Education 

David A. Lawson 
Masontown, W. Va. 
Physical Education 







Robert L. Lawson 

Harbeson, Dela. 
Veterinary 

James Layman 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Lucien Lenhart 

Millsboro, Dela. 
Engineering 

Robert A. Lindsey 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Engineering 



Robert Lonergan 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Education 

Harold D. Lynch 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 

Lynn F. Lyons 

Suitland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Richard E. Lyons 

Gormania, W. Va. 
Dentistry 



Robert Lyons 

Kitzmiller, Md. 
Music 

Milton MacDonald 

Marshall, Va. 
Accounting 

Cheryl Maderia 

Follansbee, W. Va. 
Education 

Barbara h. Malone 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Nancy Ann Manning 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Education 

Joseph Marshall 

Circleville, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Edward F. Martin, III 

Dover, Dela. 

Business Administration 

Thomas Martin 

Alexandria, Va. 
Accounting 




Helen M. Martina 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Frank J. Martino 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Law 

Ronald May 

Bedford, Pa. 
Education 

Leonard C. Mayer 

Windber, Pa. 
Education 



Bonnie L. McAvoy 

Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Paula S. McDowell 
Burlington, W. Va. 
Education 

Francis McGreevy 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Education 

Joshua E. Mcllvaine 

Georgetown, Dela. 
Agriculture 





Mary M. McLaughlin 
Fairfax, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Ray V. McManis 

Mt. Lake Park, Md. 
Education 

Carol McVicker 

Townson, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Carol Miers 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Education 



Corrine Miller 
Paw Paw, W. Va. 

Arts and Sciences 

Duane Miller 
Greensburg, Pa. 
Forestry 

Marie E. Miller 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Mary L. Miller 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 




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Vincent W. Miller, Jr. 

Hedgesville, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

William J. Milleson 

Springfield, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

James M. Mims 

Boyds, Md. 
Agriculture 

Judith Ann Mokosh 

Moundsville, W. Va. 
Education 



Don Eugene Mongold 

Mathias, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Calvin Montgomery 

Masontown, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Jeffrey L. Montgomery 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Richard M. Moon 

Middletown, Ohio 
Business Administration 



Norman L. Moore 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Medicine 

Gary Morgan 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Law 

Michael Morgan 

Somerset, Pa. 

Business Administratiop 

George H. Moser 
Smithfield, Pa. 
Medicine 



Charles A. Murphy 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Paul J. Nagy 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Education 

James H. Neil 

St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Forestry 

William G. Nesbit, Jr. 

Moundsville, W. Va. 
Engineering 




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Barbara Nicholson 
Weirton, W. Va. 
Education 

Mary L. Nuss 
Garfield, N. J. 
Medical Secretarial 

Francis E. Old 

Baltimore, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Dennis M. O'Neill 

McLean, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



George A. Ott 
Ridgeley, W. Va. 

Music 

Daivd L. Page 

Millville. N. J. 
Engineering 

Hilda L. Pancake 

New Creek, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 

Charles Park 

Lawrenceville, N. J. 
Forestry 





George C. Paxton 
Keyser, W. Va. 

Medicine 

'ames K. Payne 

Charlottesville, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Hubert P. Pennington 
Parsons, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Walter A. Pennino 
Vienna, Va. 
Physical Education 



Richard Pirozzi 
Paterson, N. J. 
Law 

Charles J. Rafter 

Salisbury. Md. 
Business Administration 

Clara Belle Reel 
Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Charles L. Reese 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Physical Education 




Thomas D. Ridenour 

Newburg, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Robert Robinette 

Cumberland, Md. 
Business Administration 

Richard Robinson 

Syracuse, New York 
Physical Education 

Philip Rodgers 

S. Portland, Maine 
Business Administration 



Carolyn C. Root 

Westernport, Md. 
Medical Secretarial 

Frederick J. Roscoe 
Wheeling, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Thomas Gene Ross 

Mathias, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

John F. Ruhl 

Salem, New Jersey 
Engineering 



Kevin Ryan 

Little Silver, N. J. 
Education 

Marcella K. Ryan 

Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Roger A. Shallis 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 

Leonard Shalowitz 

Arlington, Virginia 
Law 



Calvin Sharp, Jr. 
Marlington, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Ralph O. Sharp 

Front Royal, Va. 
Dentistry 

Michael Shepard 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Arts and Sciences 

Donnie H. Shields 
Wildcat, W. Va. 
Engineering 




David Shinn 

Rupert, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

George H. Shoemaker 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Veterinary 

Willis R. Shumaker 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Richard L. Sindy 

Cresaptown, Md. 
Engineering 



Roger Sites 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

John G. Sligar 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 

Robert L. Sloan 

Cameron, W. Va. 
Physical Therapy 

Courtland Smith 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Business Administration 





John L. Smith 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Patrick H. Smith 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

David M. Snvder 
Short Gap, W. Va. 
Education 

James Spangler 
Romney, W. Va. 

Engineering 




Robert L. Spencer 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Martin Stone 
Annandale, Va. 
Education 

Joseph L. Strange 
Vienna, Ya. 
Education 

Thomas R. Strawderman 
Petersburg, W. Ya. 

Education 




Dennis Testa 

Neptune, N. J. 
Education 

Judy Tetrick 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Vaughn Thomas 

Delmont, Pa. 
Veterinary 

Richard L. Thompson 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



Robert J. Thornberry 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Business Administration 

Robert G. Thorne 

W. Long Branch, N. J. 
Education 

Blanche Turner 

Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Kenneth R. Turner 

Lonaconing, Md. 
Engineering 



Michael Umstead 

Green Spring, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

John W. Umstot 

Oakland, Maryland 
Engineering 

Leory J. Utt 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

Frank VanAmburg 

Wayne, New Jersey 
Veterinary 



David D. VanZant 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Business Administration 

William Vicini 

Uniontown, Pa. 
Business Administration 

John F. Wagoner 

Springfield, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Roy M. Walker 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Forestry 




Mischele L. Ward 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Wayne E. Warder 

Hastings, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Dinah S. Wells 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 



Raymond T. Westfall 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Lowell L. Whipp 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

David W. Whitzell 

Pennsgrove, N. J. 
Physical Education 







Gary Williams 

Tunnelton, W. Va. 
Music 

Roy H. Williams 

Seneca, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

David Wilson 

Moundsville, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

George Wilson 
Keyser, W. Va. 

Arts and Sciences 



Ronald E. Wise 

Oakland, Md. 
Veterinary 

Fairley W. Workman 
Hillsboro, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Michael Zontanos 

East Orange, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 



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Timothy Adams 

Fort Ashby, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Dennis W. Agnew 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

George D. Alkire 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Charles Alvord 

Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



K. Gary Ambridge 

Baltimore, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Stanley Ambridge 

Dundalk, Md. 
Engineering 

Leon Amtower 

Burlington, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Van F. Anderson 
Terra Alta, W. Va. 
Physical Education 



Lloyd Arbogast 

Hillsboro, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Harry Armentrout 

Elkins, W. Va. 
Business 

Charles E. Arnold 
Parkersburg, W .Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Sandra Ash 

Baltimore, Md. 
Education 



Penelope Ashenfelter 

Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

James Atchison 

Frederick, Md. 
Law 

Timothy Atkinson 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Business 

Michael Babyak 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Business 




Bonnie Baker 
Lexington, Ohio 
Medical Secretarial 

Donald Baker 

Bloomery, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Milton H. Baker 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Nancy C. Baldwin 

McCoole, Md. 
General Secretarial 



Alfred J. Barbano 

New Brunswick, N. 
Arts and Sciences 

Wayne D. Barbash 

Falls Church, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Donald W. Barker 

Falls Church, Va. 
Forestry 

Stella J. Barkman 
Clearville, Pa. 
Education 





Gary Barley 

Winchester, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Jean Batcheller 

McLean, Va. 
Medicine 

John Baxter 

Washington, D. C. 
Medicine 

Robert A. Bays 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Pharmacy 



Kathryn Beegle 
Bedford, Pa. 
Accounting 

Alexander B. Belfield 
Huntington. W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Sharon Anne Berger 

West Orange, N. J. 
Medical Secretarial 

Anita Bissett 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial 




Robert Black 

McCoole, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Raymond Blackburn 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Accounting 

Steven Blizzard 
Hedgesville, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Kathleen Bobo 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Don Boley 

Greensburg, Pa. 
Law 

Richard Bowman 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Ada Bowyer 

Crawford, W. Va. 
Education 

Sarah Boyce 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Home Economics 



Marlene Braddock 

Belle Vernon, Pa. 
Physical Therapy 

Patricia, Brennan 

Dover, N. J. 
General Secretarial 

James Brittain 

Clifton, Va. 
Agriculture 

Donna Brooks 

Bedford, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 



Barbara Brown 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
General Secretarial 

David Buckel 

Bittinger, Md. 
Business 

Roy Burk 

Greensburg, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Timothy Burke 

Vienna, Va. 
Law 




J. Thomas Burnell 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Business 

Harry Calandrella 

Kitzmiller, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Charles Calhoun 

Mozer, W. Va. 
Business 

John Campbell 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 



Robert Canady 

Fredericksburg, Va. 
Physical Education 

Nancy Carling 

High Bridge, N. J. 
Education 

Donald Carr 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Richard Carson 

Franklin, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 





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Thomas Carter 

New Martinsville, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Larrv Castello 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Education 

Richard Cauffiel 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Engineering 

Frank Cernero 

Nutley, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 



Robert Cheesman 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Education 

Dominic Chila 

Paulsboro, N. J. 
Business 

William Christman 

Gaithersburg. Md. 
Physical Education 

Bettv Church 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial 




Patricia J. Coleman 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Education 

Deborah Colesworthy 

Westfield, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 



David O. Collins 
Davis, W. Va. 

Arts and Sciences 

James Colvin 

Greensboro, Pa. 
Engineering 



Daniel Conley 

Carnegie, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Terrance Connolly 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Ellen Conrad 

Charles Town, W. Va. 
Education 



Sherry Corbitt 

Parkersburg, W. 
Education 



Va. 



Gerald L. Cosner 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Harold Cox 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Medicine 



Richard L. Criser 

New Creek, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Ruth Cross 

White Sulphur Springs, 

W. Va. 
Education 



John A. Cupler 

LaVale, Md. 
Medicine 

Susan Cuppett 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Veterinary 

Stanley W. Dantzic 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Susan E. Darrow 
Frostburg, Md. 
Medical Secretarial 





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William H. Dawson 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Shane DeHaven 

White Sulphur Springs, 

W. Va. 
Education 

William P. Deibler 

Falls Church, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert J. DeMarco 

Meyersdale, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 



Thomas Deptula 

Union, N. J. 

Business Administration 

Juliette Devlin 

Somerset, Pa. 
Physical Therapy 

Donald D. Dick 

Hedgesville, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Ronald K. Dilgard 

Mt. Storm, W. Va. 
Accounting 





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James Doherty 
Bronx, N. Y. 
Law 

Sue Ann Droppleman 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 



Ellen Lynn Dunlap 
Staunton, Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Michael D. Durst 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



Glendon Dyer 
Wardensville. W. Va. 
Medicine 

Thomas Eckard 
Shinnston, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Marc E. Elliott 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Education 

Rodney Emerick 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 




Raymond D. Falconetti 

Middletown, N. J. 
Physical Education 

Carolyn S. Fazenbaker 

Luke, Md. 

Medical Technology 

Burke Feaster 

Keyser, W .Va. 
Forestry 

Adela Fennell 

Greensburg, Pa. 
Education 



Parris L. Ferrari 

Youngwood, Pa. 
Business Administration 

Francis S. Ferrone 

Cresaptown, Md. 
Engineering 

Alvin W. Fint 

Aurora, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Kathleen A. Firlie 

Cumberland, Md. 
Medical Secretarial 



William M. Flinn 

Franklin, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

James D. Flint 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Karen Sue Flint 

Arlington, Va. 
Law 

William M. Flippin 

Fort Seybert, W. Va. 
Engineering 



Donna Jean Folk 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Education 

Marie A. Foppiano 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Business 

Barbara Ann Fougere 

Hanover, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

Donald Francisco 

Wilmington, Del. 
Arts and Sciences 




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John Franklin 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

John Fraser 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Ronald Free 

Bethesda, Md. 
Engineering 

Larry Frum 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Physical Education 



Michael Furr 

Washington, D.C. 
Medicine 

Robert Rye 

Baldwin, Pa. 
Agriculture 

Vito Galati 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Education 

Dennis Galvin 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Physical Education 





Anthony Gambrino 

East Orange, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

Charles Garfano 

Matown, N. J. 
Physical Education 

Phillip Gaujot 
Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Jennifer Gerstell 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 



Cecilia Glorious 
Weirton. W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Carl Goodholm 
Charleston, W. Ya. 
Law 

Charles Gosnell 
Washington. D. C. 
Arts and Sciences 



Danny Gray 
Arthurdale, W 

Agriculture 



Va. 




Terry Gould 

Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

John Grelli 

Gibbstown N. J. 
Physical Education 

Carole Grim 

Oxon Hill, Md. 
Medical Secretarial 

Sanders Fox Haley 
Washington, D. C. 
Business Administration 



Judy Halbritter 

Tunnelton, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Michael Hanlon 

Lakewood, Ohio 
Engineering 

Robert Harler 

Moundsville, Va. 
Engineering 

Herbert Harman 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Education 



Jeannie Harper 

Moorefield, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Judy K. Harris 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

William Hartman 

Franklin, W. Va. 
Engineering 

John Harvey 

Keyser, .W Va. 
Education 



Victor Hatami 

Teheran, Iran 
Medicine 

Lynn E. Hay 

Berlin, Pa. 
Education 

Charles Hayden 

Arlington, Va. 
Engineering 

Richard R. Heath 

Charleston, W. Va. 
Business Administration 




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James A. Heckert 

Romney, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

William Heffelfinger 

McLean, Va. 
Business 

Cynthia Helm 

Wayne, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial 

Donald Helm 

Cumberland, Md. 
Law 



Lea Herboldsheimer 

Cumberland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Joseph E. Higgins 

Frederick, Md. 
Forestry 

William H. Hilborn, Jr. 

Beverly, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Robert C. Hill 

Rehoboth Beach, Del. 
Engineering 





S. Grant Hill 

Chapmanville, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

David A. Hillberry 

Fairmont, W. Va 
Forestry 

Hobert E. Hipp 
Mt. Storm, W. Va. 

Business 

Charles E. Holliday 
Confluence, Pa. 
Business Administration 



Michael W. Holtgrave 
Falls Church, Va. 
Business Administration 

Dallas W. House 

Oakland, Md. 
Law 

Karen Sue Huchette 
Kingwood, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Maureen A. Hunter 
Norton, W. Va. 
Education 




Susannah Hutzler 

Martinsburg, W. Va. 
Business 

James Isenhour 

Falls Church, Va. 
Engineering 

Ann Johannesen 

Wellersburg, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Howard Johnson 

Severna Park, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



James Johnson 

Edison, N. J. 
Physical Education 

Susan Johnson 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Peter Johnston 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Michael Kalinyak 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Business 



Charles Karschnik 
New Haven, W. Va. 
Law 

Gregory Keener 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Thomas Keller 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Veterinary 

John Kelly 

Silver Spring, Md. 
Business 



John Kennedy 

Keyport, N. J. 
Education 

Betty Kenney 

Points, W. Va. 
Education 

Rodger Kenworthy 

East Orange, N. J. 
Engineering 

Roger Keys 

Falls Church, Va. 
Physical Education 




Denton King 

Walkersville, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Charles Kimble 
Maysville, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Sue Kimble 

Keyser, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

Robert Kimble 

Nottingham, Pa. 
Agriculture 



Paul Kirby 

Moundsville, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Carol Koon 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Charles Kopfle 

Bayard, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Pamela Kuhn 

Fairfax, Va. 
Home Economics 





Elizabeth Lafayette 

Fanwood, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

James R. Landes 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Business 

Stephen M. Lane 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Michael Lantz 
Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Business Administration 



Donald Larke 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Therapy 

Joseph LaRosa 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 
Engineering 

Arthur Lawton 

Oakland. Md. 
Physical Education 

Richard Lavding 
Berlin. Pa. ' 
Engineering 




Susan E. Lazarchick 

Chicopee, Mass. 
Education 

Mary Lou Lehmann 

Helvetia, W. Va. 
Education 

Robert Likens 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Mary L. Linn 

Beaver, Pa. 
General Secretarial 



Patsy Ann Lipscomb 

Aurora, W. Va. 
Education 

William Litton 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Mary Louise Llewellyn 

Laurel, Md. 

Arts and Sciences 

Cecil G. Lower 

Antioch, W. Va. 
Agriculture 



John E. Lowery 

Charles Town, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Paul A. Loy 

Romney, W. Va. 
Law 

James D. Luzader 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Francis Lymburner 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Engineering 



William Mabbitt 

Cliffwood Beach, N. J. 
Physical Education 

Barbara Sue Machamer 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

John M. Malone 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 

Andrew Mance 

Oakland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 




Carol Mandigo 

Endicott, N. Y. 
General Secretarial 

Ronald B. Mathias 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Therapy 

James Mazure 

Grant Town, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Walter L. McClelland 

Parkersburg, Pa. 
Business Administration 



W. Mark McClung 

Asbury, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Peter W. McFarlane 

Baltimore, Md. 
Business 

James McFarling 

Elkins, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Martha S. McGee 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 





Richard McKee 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Law 

Robert McLaughlin 
Elkins, W. Va. 
Education 

Dale L. McVicker 
Masontown, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

Adrian Miller 
Arlington, Va. 
Education 



Charles A. Miller 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Glenn Miller 

Keyser. \Y. Va. 
Education 

Leslie Ann Miller 
Tunnelton, W. Va. 
Education 

Gary Mitchell 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 




John M. Mollish 

Raleigh, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Diana E. Montgomery 

Masontown, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Robert Moore 

Somerset, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Wesley L. Moore 

La Vale, Md. 
Pharmacy 



Michael Morozowich 

Irwin, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Richard Morton 

Hopewell, Va. 
Forestry 

Clarence H. Mustoe 

Davis, W. Va. 
Physical Therapy 

Laura Nathan 
Washington, D. C. 
Arts and Sciences 



James Neitzel 
Penndel, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

James G. Nelson 

Ridgely, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Robert G. Norris 
Arlington, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Willis E. Nowell 
Charlestown, W. Va. 
Forestry 



Aden O'Dorney 

Wakefield, Mass. 
Home Economics 

Richard Oehling 

Somerset, Pa. 

Business Administration 

Dominic J. Oliverio 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Raymond E. O'Neal 
Somerset, Pa. 
Education 




Gail D. Onyun 

Fairfax, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Linda Sue Orazi 

Massillon, Ohio 
Medical Secretarial 

Raymond W. Ort 

Cumberland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Stanley Orzechowski 

Wallingford, Conn. 
Accounting 



Doyle L. Ours 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Leland Ours, Jr. 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Thomas E. Painter 

Moorefield, W. Va. 
Education 

Danny W. Pappas 

Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 





Catherine M. Parker 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Anthony M. Parks 

New Martinsville, W. 
Agriculture 

Rodger K. Parsons 

Boonton, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 

David Patricnani 

Uniontown, Pa. 
Engineering 



Lois Ann Patterson 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Education 

Dennis C. Paugh 
Romney, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert T. Payne 
Keyser, W. Va. 

Engineering 

Joseph Peduzzi 

Carlisle, Pa. 
Veterinary 



Va. 




Jerry Peel 

Wilmington, Del. 
Law 

Frank Perna 

Delmont, Pa. 
Engineering 

John Peter 

Potomac, Md. 
Engineering 

William Peters 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Law 



Marne Phillippi 

Rockwood, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Sheila Phillips 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Lawrence Pingley 
Beverly, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Kenneth Pittman 

Evereh, Pa. / 
Physical Education 



Clara Plessinger 

Franklin, W. Va. 
Education 

Walter Pochis 

Colts Neck, N. J. 
Dentistry 

Roger Podelco 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

John Ponek 

Morgantown, W. Va. 
Business 



James Popovich 

Webster Springs, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Roberta Porcella 

Renick, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

John Porter 
Greensburg, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Karen Pratt 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Business 




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David W. Prediger 

Hyattsville, Md. 
Medicine 

Dennis Pyles 

Fort Ashby, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Robert C. Quinn 

Vestal, N. Y. 
Physical Education 

Patricia Ravenscraft 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 



Curtis J. Reider 

New Castle, Del. 
Veterinary 

Nancy J. Rhoades 

Belington, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Terre Rhoderick 

Frederick, Md. 
Engineering 

Carl L. Rice 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
Business Administration 





Joseph D. Ridder 
Elk Garden, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Kathryn A. Kidder 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Ann K. Ridgway 

Parson, W. Va. 
Home Economics 

Remonia D. Riley 
Keyser. W. Va. 
General Secretarial 



Walter E. Rinehart, Jr. 

Keyser, W. Ya. 
Business 

Roger Ritchie 
Cridcrs, Ya. 
Physical Education 

Richard M. Roach 
Clarksburg, W. Ya. 
Arts and Sciences 

Hamilton Robinson 
Princeton. X. J. 
Agriculture 




James Robison 

Cresaptown, Md. 
Engineering 

Richard Roby 

Petersburg, W. Va. 
Education] 

Chester Rogers 
Fort Ashby, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Robert Rooney 

Lincroft, N. J. 
Business 



Dewey Rotruck 
Burlington, W. Va. 
Education 

Merle Rouse 

St. Marys, W. Va. 
Accounting 

Delores Roy 

Terra Alta, W. Va. 
Education 

J. Charles Rutiedge 

Middletown, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



Lloyd Sands 

Warwood, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Thomas Sandusky 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Physical Therapy 

James Sclater 

Vienna, Va. 
Engineering 

Jean Scott 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Education 



Samuel Sedosky 

Moundsville, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Robert Sekora 
Greensburg, Pa. 
Engineering 

Bruce Shaffer 

Aurora, W. Va. 
Music 

John Sharps 

Oakland, Md. 
Engineering 




Steven Shaver 

Weston, W. Va. 
Medicine 

Suzanne Shelton 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Medical Technology 

Jeannette Shepp 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

Michael Shillingburg 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Agriculture 



LeAnn Sindy 

Cresaptown, Md. 
Home Economics 

Theodore Skrypak 
Weirton, W. Va. 
Education 

Richard Skvarch 

Bobtown, Pa. 
Engineering 

Cheryl Smith 

Arlington, Va. 
Home Economics 





Larrie Smith 

Fort Ashby, W. Va. 

Engineering 

Michael Smith 
Romney, W. Va. 
Education 

Roger Smith 

Bergton, Va. 
Forestry 

Roxi Smith 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 
Physical Education 



John Snell 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Business 

Harry Snyder 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Engineering 

Thomas Soleau 
Fairfax, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Carol Somerset 
Moundsville, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 




Sandra L. Staggs 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Education 

George M. Stanya 

Oakland, Md. 
Business 

Dora Stem pie 
Corinth, W. Va. 
Medical Secretarial 

Brian Stevens 

Kensington, Md. 
Physical Education 



Frances Steyer 
Deer Park, Md. 
Home Economics 

Virgil T. Steyer, Jr. 
Deer Park, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Mary Alice Stone 
Arlington, Va. 
Education 

Carl A. Streets 

Elk Garden, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Mildred Streets 
Mt. Storm, W. Va. 
Education 

Stanley J. Stutler 
Waynesburg, Pa. 
Business Administration 

Dwight Sypolt 
Reedsville, W. Va. 
Forestry 

Judy L. Taylor 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Home Economics 



Thomas Testa 
Greensburg, Pa. 
Business Administration 

Keith A. Thomas 

Fayetteville, W. Va. 
Dentistry 

Raymond Throne 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Engineering 

Richard P. Trimmer 
Carlisle, Pa. 
Agriculture 




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Judith Trippett 

Rridgeport, W. Va. 
Education 

Robert Trout 

Frenchtown, N. J. 
Engineering 

Lyle Trumbull 

Salem, N. H. 
Engineering 

Charles Tucker 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Terry Turbin 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Physical Education 

Samuel Turner 

Martinsburg, W. Va. 
Accounting 

John Utchell 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Engineering 

Danny Vance 

Harman, W. Va. 
Engineering 




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Christine VanderMeer 

Springville, N. J. 
Medical Secretarial 

George VanMeter 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Diannah Vann 
Montauk, N. Y. 
Home Economics 

Beverly Van Scoy 

Bridgeport. W. Va. 
Home Economics 



Edward Verdi 

Frederick, Md. 
Veterinary 

Frank Wajcrt 

New York City. X. Y 

Arts and Sciences 

George Walker 
Frostburg. Md. 
Engineering 

Jeffrey Ward 
Morgantown. W. Va. 
Business 




Sherry Warner 

Cherry Grove, W. Va. 
General Secretarial 

J. Willard Watkins 

Bedford, Pa. 
Music 

Gary E. Waugerman 

Bedford, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Tracy E. Webber 

Morgansville, W. Va. 
Physical Education 



Glenn E. Weber 

Vienna, Va. 

Arts and Sciences 

Benjamin L. Weese 
Elkins, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert W. Wells 
Arlington, Va. 
Physical Education 

Sandra Welshans 
Burgettstown, Pa. 
Veterinary 



Glenn Whipkey 

Somerset, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Milton Williams 

Dover, N. J. 
Veterinary 

Anne M. Williar 

Towson, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Judy Wilson 

Fort Ashby, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Curtis Glenn Wimer 

Cherry Grove, W. Va. 
Agriculture 

John Wimmel 

Washington, D. C. 
Accounting 

Lynnella A. Wisgin 

Cleveland, Ohio 
Accounting 

Harold A. Yensen 
Wheeling, W. Va. 
Business Administration 





Michael Yokum 

Harman, W. Va. 

Agriculture 



Patsy Yokum 

Mouth of Seneca, W. Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Helen Zaletski 

Carnegie, Pa. 

Education 



Irving Zimmerman 

Frederick, Md. 
Arts And Sciences 




Sound off! 



Sputnik! 




Student Tea 



Freshman Bunny Hop 



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'Mary Had A Little Lamb" 



'No Smoking, Fellas!" 




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'Don't Forget To Ask For Money." 



'0, Boy! Those Finals!" 




'Dinah, Gotta Card for M.S. 2?' 



'Opening Freshmen — Parents Convocation 




Extra- Curricular Activities ? 



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'Is This The End?" This Is The End! 



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POTOMAC STATE COLLEGE 
OF WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

A JUNIOR COLLEGE FULLY ACCREDITED 



Offering Courses in Arts and Sciences, Pre-Law, Pre-Education, 

Commerce and Business Administration, Home Economics, 

Agriculture, Engineering, Music, Pre-Dental, Pre-Medical 



SENSIBLE ACADEMIC STANDARDS 

A Well-Planned Social and Physical Program 
Intelligent Attention to the Problems of the Individual Student 



REASONABLE COST 

A WEST VIRGINIA INSTITUTION IN KEYSER 

School Year — September — June 
Summer Session — June - August 



E. E. CHURCH, President 







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ERNIE'S GULF SERVICE 
GULF PRODUCTS 

Ice . . . Crushed or Block 

Washing - and Lubrication 

Accessories - Tire Repairs 

We Pick Up and Deliver 

U-HAUL TRAILER RENTALS 

2 S. Mineral 784-5591 



PIZZA SHOP 

Only The Best 

All Pizza Made 

To Order 

Route No. 220 
New Creek Dr. 788-1593 



DAVIDSON'S D & D 
CLEANERS 

STA-NU Processing for 

Safer, Better Cleaning 

SUEDE CLEANING - WATER 

PROOFING 

MOTH PROOFING - ALTERING 

Keyser, W. Va. Phone SU 8-5441 



MONROE HAIR STYLIST 

Merle Norman Cosmetics 

COMPLETE BEAUTY 
SERVICE 

Open Monday Through 
Saturday by Appointment 

784-7881 
57 N. DAVIS ST. 



HARMAN'S GROCERY 

* Groceries 

* Meats 
Armstrong & Water St. 

Keyser, W. Va. 

784-5506 



MINNICH'S FLOWER SHOP 

Gas and Electric Appliances 

74 North Main Street 
Keyser, West Virginia 



IRVIN 


w. 


WHITACRE 


Insurance 


of All Kinds 


Rt. No. 1 




Phone RE 8-8958 


RIDGELEY, 


w. 


Va. 



Compliments of 

CUMBERLAND CLOAK 

and 

SUIT STORE 



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MARKLE'S MARKET 

Quality Foods 

at 

Reasonable Prices 

SU. 4-9231 

95 No. Water Street 

Keyser, W. Va. 



osenbaum's 

Established 1848 

"Cumberland's Foremost 
Department Store" 



Keyser Television 



Community Antenna System 



KEYSER TELEVISION COMPANY, INC. 




POTOMAC LIGHT & POWER COMPANY 



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MEMORIAL HALL - FIRST FLOOR 




We're Good Old Rebels— Yes! That's Just What We'am. 

First Row: L. to R.: "Baa Baa" Lamm, "Kid" Stevens, "Hubie" Pennington, "Puff 
Puff" Hill, "Galvinized" Galvin, "Werner" Nietzel. Second Row: L. to R.: "Doc" 
Baxter, "Bill" Christman, "Bill" Mabit, "Barley" Atchison, "Porky" VanZant, "Dave" 
Patrignani, "Cuppy" Cupler, "Rebel" Wells, "Mamie", the Pepsi-Cola Babe, "Stosh" 
Orzechowski. Third Row: L. to R. : "Chug" Peters, "Panda Bear" Litton, "Mike" Mor- 
gan, "Roomie" Milleson, "Mike" Dransfield, "Corky" Carson, "Dave" Prediger, "Light- 
ning" Rhoderick, "Neil" Holcomb. 



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CUSTARD'S LAST STAND 




(At the Foot of the Hill) 




Hamburgers 


Malts 


Hot Dogs — Our Specialty 


Shakes 


Submarines 


Cones 


"We have no quarrel with those who sell for 


less, 


They know what their product is worth." 





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KEYSER TEXACO STATION 



TIRES — BATTERIES 



ACCESSORIES 




PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 
SOUTH MINERAL, ROUTE 220, KEYSER, WEST VIRGINIA 




&??ym.L*m. 




PHONE 784-2286 
KEYSER TEXACO STATION 



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Compliments of 

SHEAR'S WOMEN SHOP 

JAY'S SHOE SHOP 
KAPLON'S MEN SHOP 

Keyser, West Virginia 



WILDEMANN'S 

— QUALITY CLEANERS — 

Raymond Stafford, Prop. 

Cleaning — Pressing — Repairing 

54 W. Piedmont St. 



COZY CORNER 

Snack Bar — Confectionery 
Notions — Novelties 

201 South Main 

Keyser 
Dial SU 4-9261 



Compliments of 

KEYSER CANDY 
COMPANY 

Keyser, West Virginia 



Good Food 

means 

Good Health 

Meet your friends 

at 

THE ROYAL 
RESTAURANT 



SHAPIROS STORES 



61 - 63 Armstrong Street 



Keyser, West Virginia 



PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

• Prescriptions 

• Cosmetics 

• Hollingsworth 

Candies 

Main and Armstrong Sts. 
Phone SU 8-5461 



ARMY & NAVY 
DISCOUNT STORES 

229 E. Alder Street 
Oakland, Md. 

Genuine Military Surplus 

55 Armstrong St. 

Keyser, W. Va. 



Bedford, Pa. 



Somerset, Pa. 



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TRI STATE FABRIC 
CENTER 

Everything for 

the woman 

who sews 

Keyser, West Virginia 



KEMP'S PLACE 

Friendly Atmosphere 
Good Things to Eat 
Drop In and Try Us 

120 Armstrong Street 
Keyser, W. Va. 



GARDNER HARDWARE 

Retail Hardware 

40 N. Main Street 

Phone SU 4-6041 

Keyser, West Virginia 



McCOOLE'S 


MEN'S 


STORE 


Men's 


Clothing 




Searstown 




LaVale, 


Maryland 





Compliments 
of 

WESTERN AUTO 

Keyser, West Virginia 



Compliments 
of 

THE ROSEMONT 
RESTAURANT 



17 Armstrong Street 



Keyser, W. Va. 



PATRIOTIC SHOE SHOP 



Reno Calemine, Proprietor 



BEST WISHES 

To 

The 

CLASS OF 1964 

CRYSTAL LAUNDRY 

Cumberland 



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DIPLOMAT MOTEL 

U. S. Route 220 
PINTO, MARYLAND 



Fourteen Modern Units — AAA Approved 

Television and Phones — Wall to Wall Carpeting 

Tile Baths and Showers — Individually Controlled Heat 

Restaurant Adjacent 



Phone 301 
729-2311 



Compliments 

of 

the 

BLUE JAY RESTAURANT 



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ROMNEY COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC. 



ROMNEY, WEST VIRGINIA 





Phone: SU 8-1941 




POTOMAC MOTEL 




Keyser, W. Va. 


u. s 


220, 1 Mile South of Keyser 




John Rokisky, Manager 


Electric Heat 


Television 


Air Conditioning 


Wall to Wall Carpet 



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SCRATCH and HAZEL'S 



CHAT and CHEW 
RESTAURANT 



Good Food and 
Friendly Atmosphere 







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It takes 

QUALITY TIMBER 

to produce 

FINE PAPER 




The Virginia pine shown above is one that has qualified as a superior 
seed tree after meeting certain tests in the field and in the laboratory. 
This is one of the first steps in obtaining certified seed for growing trees 
which will give quality in the same light as certified grain seeds. On 
the Luke Timberlands in West Virginia, extensive research is being 
done in Forest Management to help West Virginia land owners and 
timber operators to produce more and better timber from their land. 




West Virginia 
Pulp and Paper 



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Compliments of 

BLAKE S. OSS PAINT CONTRACTOR 

104 North Main Street 
P. 0. Box 368 Keyser, W. Va. 

Phone 788-1774 



ONLY THE BEST 




THE MANHATTAN 




Nationally Famous 




Men's Wear 




Cumberland 


Maryland 



POTOMAC VALLEY LANES 



U. S. Rt. 220 at the edge of Keyser 

16 Lanes — AMF Pin Spotters 

Free Instruction — Free Parking 

Equipment for sale 

Air-Conditioned for Year-Round Bowling 

To Reserve a Lane, or Family, or League Information 

DIAL 788-5246 



PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS AND SAY 
We read vour Ad in the 



1964 catamoiist 



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RELAX AND ENJ©Y 
A 

GOOD MOVIE AT 

THE KEYSER THEATER 

Main Street 
Keyser, W. Va. 



ROMIG DRUG COMPANY 



The REXALL Store 



Keyser, West Virginia 



Phone SU 8-6506 



LAZARUS 

Cumberland, Md. 
Cumberland — The Fashion City 



SHOP 

MAURICE'S 
Department Store 

Your one stop shopping center 

with the latest fashions 

for the entire family. 

WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS 

Keyser, W. Va. 



HI-ROCK DRIVE IN 

Two Miles North of Keyser 

"The Best of Food and 
Entertainment" 



HANNA'S FOOD MARKET 

Stanley Hanna, Owner 

Big Enough to Fill Your 

Needs. Small Enough to 

Appreciate Your Business 

183 W. Piedmont Street 
Keyser, W. Va. 



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SHERMAN'S SUNOCO 
SERVICE 

220 Armstrong Street Phone SU 8-3511 
Keyser, West Virginia 

Auto And Truck Servicing And 

Tire Repair 

Minor Repairs & Tuneup 

Washing and Greasing 

We Give S and H Stamps 




SITES AMOCO 

F. M. SITES, Prop. 

DIAL CI 3-5051 

Keyser Avenue, Petersburg, W. Va. 

KELLY 
RICHMOND 
GOODYEAR 

TIRES 



SHINNAMON'S 

Beautiful Shoes 
Cumberland, Md. 



Quality Jewelry 

RAY'S JEWELRY 

103 Baltimore St., 
Cumberland, Md. 



POTOMAC FARMS DAIRY 

236 South Water St., 
Keyser, W. Va. 



Phone RE. 8-9290 

NELSON AUTO SALES 

—CLEAN USED CARS— 

Buy - Sell - Trade 

West Virginia Inspection Station 

Potomac Street Ridgeley, W. Va. 



Compliments 
of 

SIRNA'S MARKET 

Ridgeley, W. Va. 



HOMAN LUMBER, INC. 

Lumber And Building Supplies 

So. Main & Chestnut Streets 
Phone 784-7741 Keyser, W. Va. 



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SHOP FOR 

STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE 

IN 

YOUNG MEN'S WEAR 

AT 

BURTON 'S 

IN 
CUMBERLAND AND LA VALE 





Compliments 




of 




BOGGS 


SUPPLY 


COMPANY 




Keyser, W. 


Va. 



CANNON ELECTRIC 

Phone SU. 4-5711 

488 South Main Street 

Keyser, W. Va. 



S. T. LITTLE 
JEWELRY COMPANY 

Registered Jeweler 

American Gem Society 

CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND 

Since 1851 



MARTIN'S 



Fashions of Individuality 



Cumberland, Md. 



SMITH'S TENDER FEET 
SHOE STORE 

137 Baltimore Street 
Cumberland, Md. 



Congratulations 

And Continued Success 

From 

EBERT'S JEWELRY 

Next to Keyser Theatre 
Keyser, W. Va. 



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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



THE NATIONAL BAM OF KEYSER 



"The Friendly Bank" 




Member 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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LEON C. 


HAMMOND AGElY 






INSURANCE THAT INSURES 


197 


Main 


Street 


Phone REdwood 738-9383 






RIDGELEY, W. VA. 



BARMS CUSTOM JEWELERS 

Designing — Manufacturing — Repairing — Engraving 

Orange Blossom Diamonds — Longines — Bulova 

Jewelry and Household Gifts 



7 North Liberty 



724-1411 



Cumberland, Maryland 



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"SHOP— MURPHY'S" 




Your Complete Variety Store 




Suggestions for the Student 


School Supplies 


Dresses 


Dorm Furnishings 


Sportswear 


Novelties 


Waste Baskets 


Jewelry 


Sweaters 


G. 


C. MURPHY COMPANY 




The Complete Variety Store 


97-103 N. Main Street Keyser, W. Va. Phone SU. 4-1866 



GRAYSON'S 

Complete Line of Sporting Goods 

Guns — Ammunition — Fishing Equipment 

Photographic Equipment 



22 Armstrong Street 



Name Brand Equipment 
For All Sports 

Keyser, W. Va. 



Phone 784-4521 



WOLF FURNITURE COMPANY 



Best Quality Lowest Prices Easiest Terms 



52 Armstrong Street 



Wilson Brown, Manager 



Keyser, W. Va. 
Su.-8-3711 



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MEMORIAL HALL - SECOND FLOOR 




"Go forth; and if it be o'er stony way, 

Old joy can lend what newer grief must borrow;" 

First Row, L. to R.: "Romney" Loy; "Bob" Fye; "Rodger" Kenworthy; "Dave" Shinn; 
"Kev" Ryan. Second Row, L. to R.: "Thaddy" Ours; "Rick" McManis; "Buggsy" 
McClelland; "Steve" Schaffer; "Jarhead" Hildreth; "Tony" Parks; "Magoo" Fint; 
"Buz" Gosnell. Third Row, L. to R.: "D. C." Furr; "Rip" Engle; "Thorney" Thorn; 
"Glen" Harman; "John" Harman; "Jake" Grossman; "Dick" Roby; "George" Van 
Meter. 



ROUP HOUSE IM 



315 W. Piedmont St., 



Keyser, W. Va. 



OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 



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COMPLIMENTS 
of 



POTOMAC VALLEY HOSPITAL 



KEYSER, 



WEST VIRGINIA 



PULLIAM MUSIC SERVICE, INC. 

YOUR RCA AND ZENITH DEALER 
Television and Appliances — Records, Phonographs — Radios, Repairs 



Sales and Service 
Main at Mozelle Street 



Keyser, West Virginia 



SU 8-3241 







COYLE'S BANTAM SUPER MARKET 








J. T. COYLE & F. L. COYLE 




Dial 


PA 


4-4360 232-238 Virginia 
Cumberland, Md. 


Ave. 



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THOMAS L. ANSEL, O.D. 


PAUL F. GIFFIN, D.D.S. 


ROBERT W. BESS, SR., M.D. 


T. C. GIFFIN, M.D. 


ROBERT W. BESS, JR., M.D. 


PAUL T. HEALY, M.D. 


LAWRENCE D. FANTI, D.D.S. 


THAD T. HUFFMAN, M.D. 


THOMAS P. FRUM, D.V.M. 


DONALD L. RISER, D.D.S. 


J. WILLIAM GANNON, JR., D.D.S. C. E. MONTGOMERY, D.D.S. 


J. H. WOLVERTON, SR., M.D. 

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WE THANK OUR PATRONS 


WHO AID OUR CAUSE 


Mr. and Mrs. Earl Albertson 


Mr. Nick Mazure 


Pat and Betty Crogan 


"Michelle" 


Mrs. Betty R. DeVebliss 


Mr. L. Clyde Riley 


Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Elliott 


Mrs. L. Clyde Riley 


Mr. Marc Eric Elliott 


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. (Miller) Rosier 


Miss Theresa Margaret Elliott 


Ken and Ruth Rouzee 


Leonard Fabiszak 


Frances Fike Ryan 


Mr. and Mrs. Dudley W. Gordon 


Mr. and Mrs. Phil S. Spahr 


Mr. and Mrs. Eligio Grande 


Rep. Harley 0. Staggers 


Christine Anne Grossman 


Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas 


Barbara Hartman 


Travelers III 


Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Johnson 


Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker 


Mr. James Mazure 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolfe 


Mrs. Josephine Mazure 


Miss Frances Zabolotny 



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